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Hybrid Differentiation and Competition Beyond Markets

Hybrid differentiation occurs when a platform discriminates among businesses in a related market in which it is not active itself with the...

Digital Platforms and Self-Preferencing

Due to their global economic significance and their attitude to concentrating economic power, digital platforms have triggered an unprecedented competition policy debate,...

Self-Preferencing: A German Perspective

Prohibiting self-preferencing should remain the exception. Under current law, the non-discrimination rule in Article 102(c) TFEU is arguably only applicable to self-preferencing...

Mexico: Televisa’s TV dominance undetermined

Mexico’s telecommunications regulator, the Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), said on Friday, March 23, that it cannot determine whether Grupo Televisa has such market power...

US: Walmart And Google team up to take on Amazon voice...

When Walmart goes to war for retail dominance, it does not kid around about it. The last year has seen the nation’s once-largest retailer...

The Market Dominance of US Digital Platforms: Antitrust Implications for the...

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Market Dominance of US Digital Platforms: Antitrust Implications for the European Union By Stephane Ciriani (ORANGE) & Marc Lebourges...

The Meaning and Determination of Market Power

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Meaning and Determination of Market Power By John B. Kirkwood (Seattle University School of Law) Abstract:       Market power...

Rebates: Formalism, Effects and the Real World

By Lia Vitzilaiou - Rebates by dominant undertakings are a controversial area in competition law. While they can be part of genuine price competition and lead...

Let the Right “One” Win: Policy Lessons from the New Economics...

Glen Weyl, Alexander White, Jan 30, 2015 Many of the leading controversies in competition policy in the last two decades, especially those surrounding the Microsoft...

Competition Law Developments in Malaysia

May Fong Cheong, Feb 13, 2013 The preceding two years have been instrumental for Malaysia in the area of competition law. After many years of...

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