What the Court’s Expert in the Interchange Fee Litigation Said about Analyzing Antitrust for Two-Sided Platforms

What the Court’s Expert in the Interchange Fee Litigation Said about Analyzing Antitrust for Two-Sided Platforms

David Evans, Sep 10, 2013 (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) Last week a court appointed expert in the interchange fee litigation in the United States submitted a memorandum that evaluated the economic arguments presented by the plaintiffs and defendants. His memorandum highlights the importance of the new economic learning on two-sided […]

Chair’s Report: 2012-2013 ICN Accomplishments

Eduardo Perez-Motta, Sep 09, 2013 CPI ICN Column edited by Maria Coppola (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) Chair’s Report: 2012-2013 ICN Accomplishments – Eduardo Pérez Motta (President, Mexican Federal Competition Commission and Chair, International Competition Network, 2012-2013) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) In April 2012 I became Chair of the International Competition […]

The Private Enforcement of the Competition Rules in the European Union – A New Starting Line?

Sep 04, 2013 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: The Private Enforcement of the Competition Rules in the European Union – A New Starting Line? by Valentin Mircea (Vice President, Romanian Competition Council) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) Intro by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) Our […]

“From Collusion to Competition” – Eleventh Issue

Sep 03, 2013 CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa Abrantes-Metz (Global Economics Group/NYU Stern School of Business) Welcome to the August edition (being released post-Labor Day) of “From Collusion to Competition,” dedicated to India. We have the privilege of having Mr. K K Sharma’s contribution. The author is currently from K K Law Offices and […]

Competition Policy in Japan: Sizing Up the Takeshima Era

Aug 20, 2013 CPI Asia Column edited by Vanessa Yanhua Zhang (Global Economics Group) presents: Competition Policy in Japan: Sizing Up the Takeshima era – Akira Inoue (Baker & McKenzie/Gaikokuho, Tokyo) and Mel Marquis (European University Institute, Florence) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) In 2012, Kazuhiko Takeshima concluded a ten-year term […]

CRCAL Presents: Workshop on the State of Competition in Key Economic Sectors in Honduras

Rodrigo Rios, Aug 19, 2013 The Regional Competition Center for Latin America (CRCAL), the World Bank (WB), the Bank Netherlands Partnership Program (BNPP), and the local competition authority (Comisión para la Defensa y Promoción de la Competencia from Honduras: CDPC) held on July 29, 2013 a workshop on the “Current State of Competition in Key […]

“From Collusion to Competition” – Tenth Issue

Jul 25, 2013 CPI Cartel Column edited by Rosa Abrantes-Metz (Global Economics Group/NYU Stern School of Business) Welcome to the July issue of “from Collusion to Competition.” Today we are honored to have an excellent article by Mr. Rod Sims, Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). Mr. Sims’ article is titled “Unilateral […]

A New Episode in the Stock Exchange Mergers Saga: Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)/New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)

Ioannis Kokkoris, Jul 26, 2013 CPI Europe Column edited by Anna Tzanaki (Competition Policy International) presents: A New Episode in the Stock Exchange Mergers Saga: Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)/New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) by Professor Ioannis Kokkoris (Center for Commercial Law and Financial Regulation) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) Intro by Anna […]

Public Companies and Competition Law: The Launching of an ICN Project

Jul 30, 2013 CPI ICN Column edited by Maria Coppola (U.S. Federal Trade Commission) Public Companies and Competition Law: The Launching of an ICN Project – Eleanor M. Fox (Professor, New York University School of Law) (Click here for a PDF version of the article.) Public (or state-owned) companies present a conundrum. On the one […]

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