|Overview: Club Theory|
A business model based on the sharing of significant assets for a fee.
What is Club Theory?
John Spacey, updated on December 15, 2017
Club theory is the economic study of shared infrastructure and resources such as a theme park. Classic economic theories are focused on public and private property. Club goods lie somewhere in between. As with public property, they can be shared by many people but as they are private property, a fee is charged. Club goods are the basis for a wide variety of business models.
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