Uber, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017 Innovation in Society
Auteur : Schneider Henrique
Schneider tells the following story: While creative destruction and disruptive innovation change the entrepreneurial landscape, regulation--especially the regulation of sectorial markets and competition regulation— delay this change or even bring it to a halt. Uber, as an agent in the market, is not just an object moved by these two opposing forces. Rather, it plays an active role, first as an agent of creative destruction and then in championing regulations on its own terms.
Chapter 1: Society and the Market-Process
Community and Individuals: Cooperative Practices
Creative Destruction and Alertness: Innovation
Innovation and Adaptation: Dynamics
Chapter 2: The Market-Process and Uber
Transportation Company or Technology Platform: The nature of Uber
Incremental Alertness or Creative Destruction: Uber’s innovation
Regulation or Liberty: How authorities deal with Uber
Chapter 3: Uber and Society
Flaws in Perfect Competition: an unreal theoryCollusion in Regulation: a real problem
Liberty in Cooperative Practices: facing reality
Serves as an interdisciplinary text covering not only philosophy, but also economics, business, ethics, and law
Briefly explains the "Uber" phenomenon
Date de parution : 07-2018
Ouvrage de 89 p.
Date de parution : 02-2017
Ouvrage de 96 p.