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The sharing economy has become prominent in the policy, business and academic discourse as a way to achieve greater levels of resource efficiency in sustainability transitions. An example is carsharing, which is regarded as a potential lever for change in sustainable mobility transitions. In this article we, apply the "ecologies of business models" perspective to investigate how carsharing initiatives have coevolved in Sweden. We focus on the city context as a useful unit of analysis todoi:10.3390/su12041594 fatcat:ukt2mdvsc5fgln2cficbhzo67q