Please don't hurt me, I will rate you: Reputation systems as self-regulatory mechanisms for the sharing economy
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Keywordsregulation; self-regulation; platform regulation; EU policy challengers; EU responses to technological innovation; sharing economy; European Single Market strategy; technology enabled regulation; consumer protection; European consumer protection law; reputation systems; ratings; consumer harm; Airbnb; Uber; behavioral economics; digital discrimination; reporting bias; European Union law;
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