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Rebooting Digital Market Power

Antitrust Law and Digital Markets: A Guide to the European Competition...

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson (University of Graz) Leading jurisdictions around the world are debating whether the nature of data-driven digital markets and the smart technologies...

Competition Law and Most Favoured Nation Clauses in Online Markets

Posted by Social Science Research Network Competition Law and Most Favoured Nation Clauses in Online Markets By Margherita Colangelo (Roma Tre University) Recent antitrust enforcement in the...
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AMP It Up: As Its Antitrust Critics Grow Louder, Google Dials...

By: Alex Petros (Public Knowledge) Full disclosure: this blog post was not written with just the best prose and policy prescriptions in mind. There was...

Podcasts for antitrust law fanatics

By Thibault Schrepel I finally made it! Here is a list of all podcasts (I listen to) that antitrust law fanatics may appreciate. I personally...

The Logic of Market Definition

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Logic of Market Definition By David Glasner & Sean Patrick Sullivan Despite the voluminous commentary that the topic has attracted in recent...

The Counterfactual Analysis in EU Merger Control

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Counterfactual Analysis in EU Merger Control ABSTRACT: The counterfactual method, which can be used to assess the effects...

Litigation in the Antitrust Division

Litigation in the Antitrust Division Joe Wayland (DOJ) has posted his remarks on Litigation in the Antitrust Division.  

Crémer Report on Competition for the Digital Era Misses the Mark

By Jacqueline Yin (Project DisCo) One year after the Commissioner Margrethe Vestager appointed academics to look at competition challenges in the digital space, their long-awaited...

The EU Merger Regulation: A One-Stop Shop or a Procedural Minefield?

Posted by Social Science Research Network The EU Merger Regulation: A One-Stop Shop or a Procedural Minefield? Laura McCaskill (Independent) Abstract:      In 2001, the proposed $42...
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Why is it called antitrust?

By Alison Griswold for Taming Big Tech, Quartz Before there was antitrust, there were trusts. A “trust” is a group of firms or industries organized...
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