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Editor: D. Daniel Sokol
University of Florida
Levin College of Law

Friday, May 19, 2017

The Competition and Regulation Issues of the Sharing Economy – An Analysis Based on China’s Ride-hailing Service Regulations

Wei Huang, Tian Yuan Law Firm, Bei Yin, Tian Yuan Law Firm and Wen Zhou, Tian Yuan Law Firm have described The Competition and Regulation Issues of the Sharing Economy – An Analysis Based on China’s Ride-hailing Service Regulations.

ABSTRACT: This article starts with an overview of the regulatory challenges brought by the ride-hailing service, collates how China’s ride-hailing regulatory measures react to these challenges, and discusses the possible anti-competitive impact of the constraints imposed by ride-hailing regulatory measures. On that basis, this article explores how the anti-competitive impact can be mitigated from the perspectives of the AML and China’s fair competition review system. While clarifying whether ride-hailing is a form of the sharing economy, this article reveals from a macro level what competition and regulation problems the sharing economy has brought to us, and stimulate the thinking of proper governance of the sharing economy.

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/antitrustprof_blog/2017/05/the-competition-and-regulation-issues-of-the-sharing-economy-an-analysis-based-on-chinas-ride-hailin.html

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