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Title: ¿Cuál es el impacto de la economía colaborativa con el uso de plataformas digitales, en la regulación que contiene el estatuto del consumidor?
Author: Afanador Sánchez, Mario
López Clavijo, Julian
Peralta Prada, Juan
Email autor: mario.afanadors@campusucc.edu.co
julian.lopezcl@campusucc.edu.co
juan.peraltap@campusucc.edu.co
Issue Date: 2019
Advisor / Validator: López Pérez, Carlos Andres
Keywords: Economía colaborativa
Dispositivos móviles
Multidisciplinario
Estatuto del consumidor
Regulación
Bienes y servicios
Plataformas
Vacíos jurídicos
Comercio electrónico
Resume: El Estatuto del Consumidor, norma imperante y reguladora de las relaciones entre consumidores y proveedores, dispone de una regulación jurídica que opera sobre todo el territorio nacional, pero se ha evidenciado, que, con el nacimiento de la Economía Colaborativa, su aplicabilidad ha quedado reducida en gran parte, a los bienes y servicios de consumo y a las relaciones tradicionales.
Abstract: This new economic regime called the Collaborative Economy, which has emerged from the excessive use of digital technologies, shows us that the improvement of the quality of life of people, the growth of the industry and the market and the reduction of the impact on the environment, they can only be possible under an economic system that has as its purpose, the union between each of the sectors of society and that seeks to share things, instead of possessing them Collaborative Economy or Sharing economy refers to a group of exchanges or transactions that are carried out from person to person. Thus, the Statute of the Consumer being a norm created to regulate the relations between suppliers and consumers, has lagged its effectiveness against the regulation of new digital technologies and more exactly what budgeted in the Collaborative Economy. Approaching the broader and more precise definition of the Collaborative Economy we find that this is, "a complex ecosystem of services on demand and temporary use of assets based on the exchange through online platforms ... It gives rise to a greater variety where choose and lower prices for consumers and provides opportunities for growth to innovative emerging companies and existing European companies, both in countries of origin and beyond the borders, "implying in this way that the emergence of this economic model It is already something palpable before us, that we should take advantage of it, trying to do so to make the most of it and try not to underestimate its help in what has to do with the new economy of the 21st century. The current Consumer Statute, is a compendium of rules that seek to regulate each of the actions that especially deploy suppliers or producers and that tend to injure and / or violate the rights of consumers at the same time as the latter access to Acquire goods or services to meet their needs. The legal situations regulated by Law 1480 of 2011, are those that throughout history have affected the consumer, because the birth of this rule, has been the main point to fill the gaps that Decree 3466 of 1982, by the which rules are issued regarding the suitability, quality, guarantees, brands, legends, advertisements and public pricing of goods and services, the responsibility of its producers, retailers and suppliers. Although in the current Consumer Statute, there is a great exercise by the legislator to cover each of the spaces and existing legal gaps, it was not thought to have regulations that regulate the consumption of goods and services of a digital nature, because the current Statute, focuses its regulation and its regulation, on goods and services of common use, which the same Decree 3466 of 1982 had been regulating. The problem of the Consumer Statute, is clear from the null regulation that is faced with the issues of the Collaborative Economy, as evidenced, although the legislator sought to regulate teleologically, a nascent problem of digital platforms, its regulation was stagnant to a few forms of consumption of goods and services via the internet, and such regulation is not absolute, failing to regulate the exchange of goods and services that arise from the digital platforms of the Collaborative Economy.
Table Of Contents: 1. Glosario. -- 2. Prólogo. -- 3. Abstract. -- 4. Planteamiento del problema. -- 5. Objetivos generales. -- 6. Objetivos generales. -- 7. Objetivos específicos. -- 8. Hipótesis. -- 9. Metodología. -- 10. Justificación. -- 11. Marco teórico. -- 12. Definición de Economía Colaborativa. -- 13. Modelo y principales matices del estatuto del consumidor colombiano. -- 14. Alcance del estatuto del consumidor frente a la economía colaborativa. -- 15. Conclusiones. -- 16. Procedimiento. -- 17. Cronograma. -- Bibliografía, web-grafía y referencias.
Program: Derecho
Headquarters: Neiva
Type: Trabajos de grado - Pregrado
Citation: Afanador Sánchez, M. H., López Clavijo, J. M. y Peralta Prada, J. P. (2019). ¿Cuál es el impacto de la economía colaborativa con el uso de plataformas digitales, en la regulación que contiene el estatuto del consumidor? (Tesis de pregrado). Recuperado de: http://repository.ucc.edu.co/handle/ucc/10267
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