Threats to Social Justice Brought by the C2c Sharing Economy Giants without Clear Constraints May Outweigh the Preliminary Well-Being
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Sharing economy is a new economic model for the development of Internet technology in recent years. It means to maximize its application value by sharing the means of production, and thus generate additional profits. At present, the sharing economy has involved all aspects of people's life, such as: living, travel, catering and other industries. Although the sharing economy can improve the convenience of life and increase the income level to a certain extent, but also with the emergence of a lot of inequality, such as widening the gap between the rich and the poor, resulting in unequal tax issues, as well as competition with traditional industries, thus forcing some people to lose their jobs. In this regard, this paper suggests that we should formulate reasonable laws according to the actual situation of various regions laws and policies will promote the progress of sharing economy.
Sharing economy, Inequality, Competition