Five things a global study on ride-hailing tells us about women and the sharing economy

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The opportunities and risks of sharing economy models are particularly relevant for women, as they both have more to gain from greater participation and more to lose if they are excluded from new forms of income or assets. With this new research, ride-hailing companies are well-placed take the lead in putting women at the center of their global growth and innovation.

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