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Why Patent Monopsonies Increase Consumer Welfare

By Bernard Chao & Tod Duncan (University of Denver Sturm College of Law) Technical standards are an essential part of how the modern world operates....
Consumer

Measuring Consumer Sustainability Benefits

By Roman Inderst (Goethe University Frankfurt) & Stefan Thomas (University of Tuebingen) While consumer sustainability benefits exhibit particular characteristics, e.g., as they are typically based...
Biden

President Biden’s Push To Promote Economic Competition

By Aaron Neuwirth, ETF Trends There have been recent nominations of key staffers, and an executive order (EO) focused on “promoting competition in the American...
Data Sharing for Digital Market

Colluding Through Smart Technologies: Understanding Agreements In The Age Of Algorithms

By Giuseppe Colangelo (University of Basilicata) & Francesco Mezzanotte (Roma Tre University) By affecting business strategies and consumers’ behavior, the wide-scale use of algorithms, prediction...
Digital EU - EU Reveals Details Of Their Digital Services Act

The European Digital Markets Act: A Revolution Grounded on Traditions

By Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) & Pierre Larouche (Université de Montréal) The last three years have seen a legislative acceleration in tech regulation...
Data

Data in Antitrust: Conceptions and Misconceptions

By Elisa V. Mariscal & Alexander Elbittar (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas; CIDE) Digitization has not only changed the physical means by which we...
Law

Antitrust and Inequality: The History of (In)Equality in Competition Law and...

By Eleanor M. Fox & Philipp Bazenov (New York University) Growing inequality of wealth and income has been flagged as a blight on society all...
Does AI Have a Dark Side When it Comes to Competition?

Does AI Have a Dark Side When it Comes to Competition?

By: James Mancini (OECD On The Level) Artificial intelligence has the potential to reshape how decisions are made in markets. This can mean significant benefits...
earth

Myths About Competition in the Global Economy Harm Humanity and Our...

By: Raksha Kopparm (Washington Center for Equitable Growth) Competition around the globe is facing a crisis today. Mega corporations benefit from neoliberal ideologies and lax enforcement of the antitrust...
How the House Antitrust Bills Preserve Platforms’ Editorial Discretion and Spur Consumer Choice

How the House Antitrust Bills Preserve Platforms’ Editorial Discretion and Spur...

By: Lisa Macpherson & John Bergmayer (Public Knowledge) In late June, the House Judiciary Committee voted to approve, on a bipartisan basis, a six-part package of...
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