Airbnb regulation in Washington DC, who will it serve?
Woodson, Granville M.
We face radically new and evolving markets in the digital age—new forms of production and consumption. The rise of this fast emerging shared economy needs to be met with new forms of regulation. To explore and illustrate the need for evolved regulative forms, I will focus this study on Airbnb’s operations in Washington, DC. In the process, I address the following questions: What, if anything, should the DC government do about new, largely unregulated lodging market as exemplified by Airbnb? What forms of regulation should meet Airbnb’s entry into DC’s burgeoning shared economy?
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