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2-Behavioral Economics and the Regulation of Technology By Ravi Dutta-Powell

Behavioral Economics and the Regulation of Technology

Behavioral economics has increasingly become a key part of the toolkit of many policymakers and regulators, with applications across a range of policy fields....
6-6-Advances in Behavioral Economics and Responsible Competition Leadership: Tackling Searchplace Discrimination By Julia M. Puaschunder

Advances in Behavioral Economics and Responsible Competition Leadership: Tackling Searchplace Discrimination

The digital millennium leveraged the World Wide Web into a powerful information source. Online internet searchplaces guide human everyday decisions. The strategic placement of...
6-Interim Measures Applied To Digital Platform Exclusivity Cases: The Brazilian Recent Experience By João Felipe Achcar de Azambuja

Interim Measures Applied to Digital Platform Exclusivity Cases: The Brazilian Recent...

Antitrust enforcement in digital markets requires a cautious approach, yet their fast-changing nature also calls for quick responses. In certain circumstances, interim measures may...

Antitrust Regulation Insight: China’s Digital Platforms’ New Phase

By Bing Chen & Xiaou Fu1   The digital economy is rapidly growing across the world. While it greatly freed up and optimized the allocation...
5-CONVERGING PROPOSALS FOR PLATFORM REGULATION IN CHINA, THE EU, AND U.S.: COMPARISON AND COMMENTARY By Liyang Hou & Shuai Han

Converging Proposals for Platform Regulation in China, the EU and the...

The fast expansion of the digital sector has raised regulatory attention across the world. In order to maintain a competitive market and to promote...
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...
2-HOW PLATFORMS CREATE VALUE THROUGH CORING AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MARKET DEFINITION By Catherine Tucker

How Platforms Create Value Through Coring and Implications for Market Definition

In business school, we teach that platforms create value through coring. Coring is the steps a digital platform takes to make sure that interactions...
4-RECOMMENDER SYSTEMS: APPROACHES TO SHAPE A SAFE, COMPETITIVE, AND INNOVATION-DRIVEN FUTURE By Marco Iansiti, Rohit Chatterjee, Bartley Tablante, Sean Durkin, Anurag Gandhi & Abby Drokhlyansky

Recommender Systems: Approaches to Shape a Safe, Competitive, and Innovation-driven Future

In most digital platforms recommender systems provide consumers with recommendations across a variety of contexts. While recommender systems generate efficiencies by lowering the cost...
Antitrust Remedies In Digital Markets

Digital Platforms, Capital Raising and EU Capital Markets Law: Different Shades...

By Eugenia Macchiavello (University of Genoa) Decentralised finance (DeFi) represents an extremely interesting and continuously growing area of the financial sector. The present paper analyses...
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Antitrust and User Union in the Era of Digital Platforms and...

By Lin William Cong (Cornell University) & Simon Mayer (University of Chicago) Firms' production function in the digital era entails customers' network adoption and data...
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