Through the Anti-Monopoly Lens: What Constitutes ‘Unfairly High Patent Pricing’ in...

By Yuan Hao (Tsinghua University) China is facing a pressing need to build its innovation-driven economy. With this backdrop,...

Inside the media industry’s struggle to take on Silicon Valley

By Nancy Scola & Margaret Harding McGill, Politico Executives from some of the biggest U.S. news organizations met with...

Why France’s Antitrust Cop Is Wary of Apple Pay and Deadly...

By Gaspard Sebag and Aoife White, Bloomberg France’s Isabelle de Silva may be about to become Europe’s most...

Through the Anti-Monopoly Lens: What Constitutes ‘Unfairly High Patent Pricing’ in...

By Yuan Hao (Tsinghua University School of Law) China is facing a pressing need to build its innovation-driven economy....

Brazil: Petrobras refineries sale invites new buyers

Brazil’s planned privatization of eight Petroleo Brasileiro refineries has lured several of the world’s largest trading and oil companies as prospective...

Rule of Law Crisis, Judiciary and Competition Law

By Maciej Bernatt (University of Warsaw) This article discusses the implications of the rule of law crisis on a...

How Should Big Tech Be Reined In? Here Are 4 Prominent...

By Steve Lohr, New York Times The Justice Department is investigating them, as is the Federal Trade Commission. Congress...

Modernizing Bank Merger Review

By Jeremy C. Kress, (University of Michigan) Sixty years ago, Congress established a federal pre-approval regime for bank...

US, not European, banks more exposed to a slump

By The Editorial Board, Financial Times A weakening global economic outlook spells trouble for banks — even more than...

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...

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