Sharing insurance costs with the sharing economy. One consequence of the “sharing economy” that hasn’t been widely discussed, at least as far as I’ve seen, is how the externalities are being absorbed.
Specifically, insurance costs. Maybe because it’s an ongoing process, but for both Uber and AirBnB, the companies tell individuals who drive that their primary car insurance should be in use, and they tell individual home- or apartment-dwellers that their renters insurance should apply. In other words, if something goes wrong, the wishful thinking goes, the private, individual insurance plans should kick in. When people have tried to verify this, however, they responses have been mixed and mostly negative. The insurance companies obviously don’t want to cover a huge number of people for circumstances they didn’t expect when they offered the coverage. So, if an Uber driver gets into an accident while ferrying a passenger, it’s not clear whether their primary insurance will cover it. Like this: Like Loading...
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Communication Theory - CMC in ODR. Communication Theory and ODR - an Orientation This learning module was created by Bill Warters (@bwarters) from Wayne State University.
It reviews some theories about the impact of using Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) (rather than Face-to-Face communication) in Online Dispute Resolution (ODR), a method of conflict resolution that often occurs with all parties working at a distance. You navigate though the content using the next and previous arrows found at the bottom right, or by using the menu found in the left column.
Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives 3.0 License. The Dispute-Resolution Wikibox (DR Wikibox). Improving the quality and speed of fact-finding thereby reducing costs of mediation or adjudication. The importance of reducing the caseload without sacrificing important facts.
This makes it hard for a judge or a mediator to find the essence of the conflict. The unnecessary details may become distractions that waste the mediator's time and make it more difficult to resolve the conflict. It is important to reduce the amount of information submitted to a case file, without sacrificing any important facts.