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    How Data Sharing Between Platforms and Tax Agencies Affects Short-Term Rental Markets

    The Danish government in 2018 negotiated an agreement with Airbnb about the transmission of data on income earned by users on the platform to the country’s tax agency. Marcel Garz and Andrea Schneider of Jönköping University in Sweden, authors of a study on hosts’ reactions to the information reporting, discuss their findings and what the lessons from Denmark mean in light of new reporting obligations for digital platforms in the European Union.

    LSE Blogs (01/19/23) Marcel Garz; Andrea Schneider

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