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Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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Key areas of modern research of the joint consumption economy
1 Moscow Pedagogical State University, 119571, Institute of Social Studies and Humanities, Moscow, Russian
2 Don State Technical University, 344003, Rostov on Don, Russian Federation
3 Southern Federal University, 344000, Institute of Earth Sciences, Rostov on Don, Russian Federation
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That paper is motivated by the fact that the development of a joint consumption economy is one of the most significant trends in the modern economy. The object of the study is an array of publications indexed in Scopus and devoted to the analysis of the patterns of development a joint consumption economy (sharing economy) for the period from 2000 to 2019. The study shows a dynamic growth of the number of the publications describing the impact of new digital technologies and digital on-line technological platforms based on the Internet on fundamental changes in the field of individual consumption of households. The analysis of the content of publications of Russian and foreign authors indexed in Scopus database and Russian national bibliographic database (2000-2019) allowed the authors to identify at least the six key areas of modern research of a joint consumption economy. The paper considers each of the six key areas of a joint consumption economy. Authors has predicted the emergence of new areas of research of a joint consumption economy as new trends emerge in the field of individual consumption of modern households in the context of the constant progress of digital technologies.
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