Does the sharing economy truly know how to share?
Global brands like Uber and Airbnb have changed the face of spending – but despite the rhetoric, there's evidence they are entrenching economic divides and isolating poorer customers.
David has a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and International Business from the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador and a Master's Degree in International Economic Policy - specializing in research - from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). His academic and professional work focuses on the influence of new technologies in the socio-political sector, aiming to strengthen social inclusion and redistribution. In addition, his interests include film, philosophy and politics.