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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...

Litigation in the Antitrust Division

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

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 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...

Break up Facebook? That would just create more bad (and fake)...

By Carl Shapiro Sen. Elizabeth Warren, prominent antitrust academics and even a Facebook founder have all called for an antitrust suit to break up Facebook....

Antitrust After Big Data

By John M. Yun (George Mason University) With the rise of digital markets, the conventional wisdom was that big data was a new economic phenomenon...
Facebook and Google

EU should regulate Facebook and Google as ‘attention utilities’

By Tristan Harri, Financial Times The European Commission’s new digital strategy missed a momentous opportunity to better shape our global future. While it may create...

Three Challenges for Pharmaceutical Antitrust

Posted by Social Science Research Network Three Challenges for Pharmaceutical Antitrust By Michael A. Carrier (Rutgers Law School) Pharmaceutical antitrust law is hard. When drug companies delay...
Google

A First Look at U.S. v. Google

By Randy Picker On 20 Oct 2020, the US and a number of states brought a new antitrust action against Google. This video sets out...
Big Tech

The Pandemic Has Made Sudden Heroes of the Tech Companies—for Now

By Laura Forman, Wall Street Journal Technology companies: villains or heroes? Oppressive or empowering? The hazards of technology have vexed consumers even as they’ve enjoyed...

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