The (Unfulfilled) Fintech Potential

Posted by Social Science Research Network The (Unfulfilled) Fintech Potential By Aluma Zernik (Harvard) Despite the high expectations of technology to come to consumers’ aid, detailed...

Canada’s International Cartel Enforcement: Keeping Score

Posted by Social Science Research Network Canada's International Cartel Enforcement: Keeping Score John M. Connor (Purdue University) Abstract:      Canada’s Competition Bureau has been a highly rated...
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Oligopoly Coordination, Economic Analysis, and the Prophylactic Role of Horizontal Merger...

By Jonathan B. Baker (American University) & Joseph Farrell (University of California) This article takes a fresh look at...
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Is EU competition policy a drag on digital innovation?

Martin Sandbu, Financial Times  Competition policy in the EU is undergoing rapid change. Earlier in December...

Access to Documents for Cartel Victims and Cartel Members – is...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Access to Documents for Cartel Victims and Cartel Members – is the System Coherent? Bjorn Lundqvist (Copenhagen Business School)...

IP privateering in the markets for desktop and mobile operating systems

Posted by Social Science Research Network IP privateering in the markets for desktop and mobile operating systems By Daniel L. Rubinfeld (University of California) Abstract:     Utilizing...
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Got Questions About the HSR Rulemaking? We’ll Answer Them Live (Virtually)

By: Kate Walsh and Ken Libby (FTC) The FTC welcomes comments on its recent HSR Rulemaking initiative, and to...

Antitrust, Free Speech and Google

By Mark Epstein, Wall Street Journal Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign promised to use antitrust law against oligopolies it said were “destroying an American democracy that...

Exclusionary pricing in a two-sided platform : some insights from the...

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Estelle Malavolti and Toulouse School of Economics /ENAC-LEEA and Frederic Marty, OFCE-Sciences-Po describe Exclusionary pricing in a two-sided platform :...

Consumers’ Imperfect Information and Price Rigidities

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol Jean-Paul L'Huillier (EIEF) has written on Consumers' Imperfect Information and Price Rigidities. ABSTRACT: This paper develops a model of price rigidities...

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