This book is a selection of fourteen brief essays designed to provide a multinational perspective on the current state, and future, of competition law in media markets. Whether it pertains to platform markets, crypto-currencies, or newspaper mergers, the reality is that antitrust enforcement has turned its collective eye towards the global economy’s media markets. Through wide-spectrum analysis of the different regulatory approaches and various issues relating to the application of competition law to media markets in the United States, the European Union, and Australia, this book offers profound insights for practitioners and academics seeking to better understand the nature of competition in the evolving area of media markets.
The book constitutes a useful tool to not only interpret, but to potentially predict, the current and forthcoming application and direction of competition law in media markets in the United States, the European Union, and other jurisdictions worldwide.
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