Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America: The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico

Helene Balslev Clausen, Mario Velázquez

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This chapter addresses how fundamentally different rationales and structures underpin the collaborative phenomena in four different Latin American countries arguing that for centuries a range of economic, sociopolitical and cultural practices have been intimately linked to what Western societies have named the collaborative economy. Acknowledging the importance of Web 2.0, we will discuss how the digital technologies have brought about new collaborative consumption patterns and finally, we will address the question of whether the technology-induced collaborative economy can create new economic and sociocultural settings or if it propels or reproduces already existing ones.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCollaborative Economy and Tourism : Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects
EditorsDianne Dredge, Szilvia Gyimóthy
Number of pages26
PublisherSpringer
Publication date2017
Pages271-284
ISBN (Print)978-3-319-51797-1
ISBN (Electronic)978-3-319-51799-5
Publication statusPublished - 2017
SeriesSpringer Tourism on the Verge

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Colombia
Argentina
Chile
Latin America
Mexico
Tourism
economy
economics
society

Keywords

  • sharing economy, collaborative economy, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia

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Clausen, H. B., & Velázquez, M. (2017). Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America: The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico. In D. Dredge, & S. Gyimóthy (Eds.), Collaborative Economy and Tourism: Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects (pp. 271-284). Springer. Springer Tourism on the Verge
Clausen, Helene Balslev ; Velázquez, Mario. / Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America : The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico. Collaborative Economy and Tourism: Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects. editor / Dianne Dredge ; Szilvia Gyimóthy. Springer, 2017. pp. 271-284 (Springer Tourism on the Verge).
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Clausen, HB & Velázquez, M 2017, Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America: The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico. in D Dredge & S Gyimóthy (eds), Collaborative Economy and Tourism: Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects. Springer, Springer Tourism on the Verge, pp. 271-284.

Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America : The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico. / Clausen, Helene Balslev; Velázquez, Mario.

Collaborative Economy and Tourism: Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects. ed. / Dianne Dredge; Szilvia Gyimóthy. Springer, 2017. p. 271-284 (Springer Tourism on the Verge).

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Clausen HB, Velázquez M. Collaborative Economy in Tourism in Latin America: The case of Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Mexico. In Dredge D, Gyimóthy S, editors, Collaborative Economy and Tourism: Perspectives, Politics, Policies and Prospects. Springer. 2017. p. 271-284. (Springer Tourism on the Verge).