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On the Colombian Antitrust Law and Why It Might Be One...

By Ismael Beltrán Prado (Colombian Competition Authority)1   While writing this short column, The Economist launched a new series of economics briefs, which will be dedicated...
Climate Change Is an Existential Threat: Competition Law Must Be Part of the Solution and Not Part of the Problem

Climate Change Is an Existential Threat: Competition Law Must Be Part...

Climate Change is an existential threat. Competition law must be part of the solution and not part of the problem. This paper draws on...
Defining Remedy Success

Defining Remedy Success

This article discusses how to measure remedy success. Recent policy from U.S. antitrust agencies indicates potentially differing standards. The FTC’s 2017 remedy study applies...
The Goals of Competition Law Debate and Competition Policy for Labor Markets

The Goals of Competition Law Debate and Competition Policy for Labor...

In recent years there has been an upsurge of interest in competition policy applied to labor markets. But the development of a coherent competition...
Big Data and Online Advertising: Emerging Competition Concerns

Big Data and Online Advertising: Emerging Competition Concerns

The concept of big data has captured the public’s attention primarily in regards to its privacy implications. However, the significance of big data in...
Law

Why the Consumer Welfare Standard Remains the Best Guide for Promoting...

January 2019 Why the Consumer Welfare Standard Remains the Best Guide for Promoting Competition By Joe Kennedy (Information Technology and Innovation Foundation)1 Introduction The central goal of...

Excessive Drug Pricing as an Antitrust Violation

Posted by Social Science Research Network Excessive Drug Pricing as an Antitrust Violation By Harry First (New York University) It is nearly four years since Martin Shkreli...
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The Consumer Welfare Debate Comes to the FTC Hearings: Who’s on...

November 2018 The Consumer Welfare Debate Comes to the FTC Hearings: Who’s on the Right Side of History? By Joseph V. Coniglio (Wilson Sonsini Goodrich...

Back to School: What the Chicago School and New Brandeis School...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Back to School: What the Chicago School and New Brandeis School Get Right By Gregory J. Werden & Luke M. Froeb The...

The Misguided Assault on the Consumer Welfare Standard in the Age...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Misguided Assault on the Consumer Welfare Standard in the Age of Platform Markets By A. Douglas Melamed & Nicolas Petit This paper...

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