6-REFORMING THE EUROPEAN-COMMISSION'S ENFORCEMENT OF CARTEL LAW THE CASE FOR INDIVIDUAL ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS Peter Whelan

Reforming the European Commission’s Enforcement of Cartel Law: The Case for...

Few would deny that the European Commission has an impressive track record with respect to anti-cartel enforcement. At present, however, a lacuna exists with...
7-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CARTEL ENFORCEMENT IN GERMANY - FEWER CASES BUT NEW GUIDELINES ON LENIENCY AND FINES Romina Polley

Recent Developments in Cartel Enforcement in Germany – Fewer Cases but...

The article looks into German cartel enforcement trends based on case statistics as well as recent cases. It also describes how the German Federal...
Criminal Enforcement of Section 2: What Would Be the Point?

Criminal Enforcement of Section 2: What Would Be the Point?

By Gregory J. Werden1   Assistant Attorney General (“AAG”) in charge of the Antitrust Division, Jonathan Kanter, vowed that, “if the facts and the law,...

The New Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China: Changes...

By Wei HAN & Liang LI*   On June 24, 2022, China passed the amended Anti-Monopoly Law of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter the “Anti-Monopoly...
1-VALUE IN DIGITAL PLATFORMS: THE CHOICE OF TRADEOFFS IN THE DIGITAL MARKETS ACT By Carmelo Cennamo & Juan Santaló

Value in Digital Platforms: The Choice of Tradeoffs in the Digital...

The Digital Markets Act makes clear choices about important tradeoffs in value to constrain the arbitrary power and dominance of gatekeepers over digital markets...
3-TOXIC INNOVATION IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY By Ariel Ezrachi & Maurice E. Stucke

Toxic Innovation in the Digital Economy

Silicon Valley’s genius combined with limited regulation promised a new age of technological innovation in which entrepreneurs would fuel unprecedented job growth, improve overall...
5-ZERO-PRICE PLATFORM SERVICES: THERE IS NO FREE LUNCH IN APPLYING THE “NO FREE LUNCH” PRINCIPLE By Alexander Raskovich & John M. Yun

Zero-price Platform Services: There Is No Free Lunch in Applying the...

The well-known economic principle that “there is no such thing as a free lunch” ("NFLP") has enjoyed a recent revival in the assessment of...
6-“FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT”: WHO SHOULD CONTROL OUR DATA? By Sarit Markovich & Yaron Yehezkel

“For the Public Benefit”: Who Should Control Our Data?

Data-driven platforms collect and commercialize users’ data through advertisements or by selling the data to other third part providers. This practice raises the question...
7-MINIMIZING PRIVACY RISKS IN REGULATING DIGITAL PLATFORMS: INTEROPERABILITY IN THE EU DMA By Mikołaj Barczentewicz

Minimizing Privacy Risks in Regulating Digital Platforms: Interoperability in the EU...

The EU Digital Markets Act purports to benefit consumers and improve the competitiveness of digital markets. It is likely to have negative and unaddressed...

Privacy Harms in Platform Mergers: Lessons from Brazil

By Victor Oliveira Fernandes1   I. Introduction In recent years, several antitrust authorities have expressed more significant concerns about privacy degradation in digital markets.2 Influent commentators argue...
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