ConsEUmer podcast / EP52: Special Venice episode with the team!

During out Venice retreat, same members of the CCC team join the ConsEUmer podcast for a special episode. Featuring: Anna Arunashvili, Aleksandar Kokotović, Yaël Ossowski, and David Clement.  We are talking: 🦠 COVID-19 lockdowns are back in Europe 🚘 Ride-sharing remains contentious in some countries ₿ Crypto adoption is progressing ⛽ Petrol taxes fuel inflation […]

L’économie de partage: efficacité et emplois

Dans les résultats de comparaison internationale sur l’économie de partage, le Luxembourg est évalué comme un mauvais élève. Il s’avère que le système de réglementations est trop rigide et ne donne pas le droit à de nouveaux modèle d’entreprises de se développer. L’économie de partage n’est pas seulement une façon différente de présenter des services […]

The government’s ambiguity on the sharing economy is a problem

Luxembourg’s Ministry of the Economy supports sharing services such as Airbnb, yet the minister of transport has banned the ride-sharer Uber. This contradiction won’t have escaped those who follow government policy closely – and who can only be surprised by the gulf between deputy prime minister Etienne Schneider (LSAP) and transport minister François Bausch (déi […]

A thank you letter to Uber

When we think about people in the public eye we should thank, we think of figures such as Mother Teresa (we’ll let Christopher Hitchens spin in his grave at this mention) or Princess Diana, who virtuously stood out because of their charity work. However, it is demonstrably true that the people who create the technology […]