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How to Economize Consumer Protection

Posted by Social Science Research Network How to Economize Consumer Protection By Michael R. Baye (Indiana University) & Joshua D. Wright (George Mason University) The US antitrust...

How Google Perceives Customer Privacy, Cyber, E-Commerce, Political and Regulatory Compliance...

Posted by Social Science Research Network How Google Perceives Customer Privacy, Cyber, E-Commerce, Political and Regulatory Compliance Risks By Lawrence J. Trautman (Western Carolina University) Abstract:   ...

Obfuscation and Shrouding with Network Effects – The Facebook/WhatsApp Case

Posted by Social Science Research Network Obfuscation and Shrouding with Network Effects - The Facebook/WhatsApp Case By Georg Clemens (Compass Lexecon) & Mutlu Özcan (Chair of...

Protecting Consumers in Privacy and Data Security: A Perspective of Information...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Protecting Consumers in Privacy and Data Security: A Perspective of Information Economics By Ginger Zhe Jin (University of Maryland) &...

A Juridical ‘Theory’ of Planned Obsolescence

Posted by Social Science Research Network A Juridical 'Theory' of Planned Obsolescence By Jesús Alfonso Soto Pineda Sr. (Universidad Externado de Colombia) & María Prada Salmoral...

Should Antitrust Regulators Stop Companies from Collecting So Much Data?

Posted by Harvard Business Review Should Antitrust Regulators Stop Companies from Collecting So Much Data? By Joe Kennedy Innovation has always required a constant iteration of trial and...

A return to antitrust populism?

Posted by Social Science Research Network A return to antitrust populism? By James C. Cooper (George Mason University) Abstract:      The trend of modern antitrust policy is consumer...

Australia: Ticket reseller sites inflate prices by 500% says Choice

Australian consumer organisation Choice has found dodgy pricing practices, false claims, illegal markups and a lack of consumer protection in the ticket scalping industry...

CPI(7)1

In this issue: The focus of much of this issue concerns digital media and communications, but first we introduce CPI's new publishing technology with two...

CPI(6)1

In this issue: CPI's Spring 2010 issue takes a comprehensive look at behavioral economics. Behavioral economics is still controversial and its implications for public policy...
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