What Regulators Must Do Now in Light of FTX Scandal

By PYMNTS How did we not see this coming? That’s the question many people are asking as the hyper-rapid, and potentially rabid, collapse of crypto trading...
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Big Tech Will Survive But Not Thrive In Washington, D.C.

By Ben Koltun, Beacon Policy Advisors LLC. Tech is ubiquitous in American society. So are the policymaking efforts to bring Big Tech under control. But...
4-FRIENDLY FIRE: HOW THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION’S INNOVATION POLICY IS UNDERMINING U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY By Kristen Osenga

Business As Usual For Antitrust

By: Brian Albrecht (City Journal) President Joe Biden’s antitrust enforcers were desperate for a win. While claiming to be tough on antitrust, their track record...

Who Is Meant To Be Protected By Antitrust Law And Policy?

By Project Disco The focus of contemporary competition policy debates is shifting back to the first principles, asking: “What are we trying to do? ...

Supply Chain Shortages In The Meat And Poultry Industries

By Nathan A. Beaver, Nicholas R. Johnson, Foley & Lardner LLP. With Thanksgiving fast approaching, you have probably heard that there is a turkey shortage1 – brought...

The Judicial Review Of National Competition Law Decisions In Austria (2004-2021)

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson, Vienna University of Economics and Business. In Austria, the Federal Competition Authority does not adopt its own infringement decisions but needs...
Free Isn’t Free: Digital Platform Data Practices and Australia’s Unfolding Regulatory Response

Too Many Economists Are Using a Flawed Theory To Defend Dominant...

By: David J. Balan (ProMarket/Econ One) Congress is currently considering two bills whose purpose is to address dominant tech platforms’ potentially anti-competitive practices. The American Innovation...

Congress Took Millions From FTX. Now lawmakers Face a Crypto Reckoning.

By Tony Romm, The Washington Post. The stunning collapse of the world’s third-largest exchange has forced politicians to grapple with the costs of legislative inaction. The...

Artificial Intelligence In European Medicines Regulation

By Philip A. Gines, Ralf Herold, Luis Pinheiro & Zaide Frias, European Medicines Agency, Amsterdam. Artificial intelligence tools are increasingly being applied in the development...

How A Taylor Swift Tour Thrust Antitrust Concerns Into The Spotlight

By Rebecca Klar, staff write Twitter. Taylor Swift fans have bad blood with Ticketmaster after the platform canceled the general sale for the pop star’s...
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