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The EU’s Draft Horizontal Guidelines: Chilling Innovation on Sustainability?

The EU’s Draft Horizontal Guidelines: Chilling Innovation on Sustainability?

By Jay Modrall1   In response to demand from customers, investors, employees and other stakeholders, as well as new legal requirements, businesses face huge pressure...
8- The EU AI Act – Balancing Human Rights and Innovation Through Regulatory Sandboxes and Standardization By Katerina Yordanova

The EU AI Act – Balancing Human Rights and Innovation Through...

EU has invested a lot of efforts into creating a human-centric legislative framework for artificial intelligence, as part of its economy’s digital and green...

No Exit: A Threat to Venture Capital, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation

By Devin Reilly, D. Daniel Sokol & David Toniatti1   In the revised “Digital Markets Strategy” published in February 2021, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority...
Recapturing the Business Side of Innovation in Antitrust Merger Analysis

Recapturing the Business Side of Innovation in Antitrust Merger Analysis

The antitrust laws were not passed as an academic exercise. They were passed to break up the great Trusts, and to preserve competition. These...
Disruptive Innovations Digital Platforms Epic Games Apple Rappi iFood

Disruptive Innovations on Digital Platforms: Lessons from Epic Games v....

By Victor Oliveira Fernandes*   Invoking core insights from theories of disruptive innovation in order to explain competition among digital platforms has become commonplace in competition...
Data

New Data City: The future of the digital CBD as a...

By Jason Potts & Trent MacDonald (RMIT Universit) The growth of the digital economy and advances in AI make data an increasingly useful and valuable...
Effects Based Approach is Required if the DMA is to Foster Innovation

A More Flexible, Effects Based Approach is Required if the DMA...

By Felipe Florez Duncan & Gareth Shier1   In a recent “myth-busters” post on LinkedIn, Thierry Breton claims (in reference to the Digital Markets Act, “DMA”)...
Unilateral Conduct Gap Sacrificing Interoperability Innovation

The Unilateral Conduct Gap Sacrificing Interoperability and Innovation

The Sherman Act and related antitrust jurisprudence have proven flexible and capable of balancing competitive effects of virtually any kind of concerted conduct among...
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An Economic Framework for Assessment of Innovation Effects of Nascent Competitor...

By Jay Ezrielev (Elevecon) I propose an economic framework for analyzing innovation effects of nascent competitor acquisitions. The framework identifies nine factors as key determinants...
Digital

Taking Ecosystems Competition Seriously in the Digital Economy: A (Preliminary) Dynamic...

By Nicolas Petit (European University Institute) & David Teece (Institute for Business Innovation) This paper discusses digital ecosystems. It first describes the common properties of...
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