Borbála Simonovits, (PhD in Sociology, AMA in Social Policy Analysis) is a Senior Lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest Faculty of Education and Psychology. Her major research interests include the sharing economy, labour market, trust, discrimination, international migration, and field experiments. Besides her teaching activity, she is leading a research project titled “Trust and Discrimination in the Sharing Economy” under the framework of NKFIH FK-127978” project (2018-2022). She is a member of the COST Action titled as from “Sharing to Caring” (CA16121), currently she is taking part actively in editing and authoring a book titled as “The Sharing Economy in Europe: Developments, Practices and Contradictions, being published by Palgrave Macmillan (2021). She has published several papers in high quality international journals, most importantly in the European Journal of Criminology and the International Journal of Sociology. Citations: ~400, Hirsch-index: 10.