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Forschung über Bibliotheken der Dinge

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  • Ameli, N. – Ein Essay: Share Economy 2.0: Libraries of Things as a new form of sharing.
  • Ameli, Najine (2020): Die neue Share Economy: Bibliotheken der Dinge. Bielefeld: transcript Verlag. https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839452219-031
  • Ameli, N.; Homicki, G.; Stengel, O.; Stienemann, M. (2018): Maximizing Product Utilization via Place-Based Sharing. Konferenzbeitrag: 5th International Workshop on the Sharing Economy, 28.-29.Juni 2018, Mannheim.
  • Ameli, N. (2017): Libraries of Things as a new form of sharing. Pushing the Sharing Economy. In: The Design Journal, 20:sup1, S. 3294-3304.
  • Ameli, N. (2017): Design for sharing: Libraries of things as a product-service system. In: Bakker, C.; Mugge, R. (2017): Product Lifetimes and the Environment 2017 – Conference Proceedings, S. 14-19.
  • Ameli, N.; Fernandes, D.; Stengel, O. (2017): Libraries of Things: Designing an Optimal Business Model. In: Proceedings of 4D Designing Development Developing Design. International Conference, 28-30 September 2017, Kaunas, Litauen, S. 359-369.
  • Söderholm, J. (2016): Borrowing tools from the public library. In: Journal of Documentation, Vol. 72, 1, S. 140-155.
  • Söderholm, J.; Nolin, J. (2015): Collections Redux: The Public Library as a Place of Community Borrowing. In: Library Quaterly: Information, Community Policy, Vol. 85, No.3, S. 244-260.
  • Statista (2016): Was sind die Nachteile von Sharing Economy Angeboten. Online unter: Statista.de
  • Tabor, N. (2013): Evaluating the Success of Tool-Lending Libraries and their Contributions to Community Sustainability. Environmental Studies Undergraduate Student Theses. Paper 126.

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