We aim to map the collaborative economy community, looking at how people network and how this fosters the emergence of new trends and topics.
This study is directed by Paola Tubaro (research scientist, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique) and Antonio A. Casilli (associate professor, Telecom ParisTech) at the University of Paris Saclay together with José Luis Molina (associate professor, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). The study is run in close collaboration with OuiShare. In addition, a team of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona composed by Hugo Valenzuela, Karen Genna, Angelina Kussy and Marta Lobato (Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology) collect the data during the Ouishare Fest Barcelona.
It takes less than 8 minutes to complete the survey and you will help the research team as well as the organization of the Fest.
In addition to this survey, we will use data from the event’s networking app and Twitter to map interactions at the Fest. All this information will be coded anonymously before analysis by the research team, and will be treated confidentially. Your name will not be disclosed to any third parties, and no information that can identify you or your acquaintances will be released to persons not associated directly with the study.
The aggregate results of this research will be used to prepare presentations at scientific conferences as well as publications. Highlights from the results will be published in the OuiShare Magazine.
This is a follow-up of a study already run at the OuiShare Fest Paris in 2016 and 2017, of which you can see some preliminary results here.
The French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 gives you the right to oppose the recording of your personal information, to review personal information held about you, and to require rectification of any inaccuracies. If you wish to exercise this right, or if you need any further information, please use the contact form below.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.