The rise of competition in digital platforms as major players in the rapidly evolving Digital Economy - and increasingly in the Traditional economy as well - has prompted volumes of Competition Law analysis, discussion, and controversy as competition authorities and market participants tackle the trends, advantages and structural problems of competition in multisided platform-based business models and the regulation of online businesses needed to ensure this competition remains robust.

Pushing forward on this conversation, Competition Policy International and our hosts at Sogang University, ICT Law & Economy Research Institute, teamed up with the Asia Competition Association (ACA) and Seoul National University's Competition Law Center to bring together top Antitrust, competition and technology experts who worked on this challenging and important element of our increasingly electronic global economy at a micro and macro level, reviewing regulatory alternatives and the effects of over- and under-regulation on competition, and the contributions of regulation to market innovation.

CPI thanks Google for its support with this program. CPI always strives to deliver balanced and enriching content and conversation to benefit the antitrust community worldwide.

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