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5-ZERO-PRICE PLATFORM SERVICES: THERE IS NO FREE LUNCH IN APPLYING THE “NO FREE LUNCH” PRINCIPLE By Alexander Raskovich & John M. Yun

Zero-price Platform Services: There Is No Free Lunch in Applying the...

The well-known economic principle that “there is no such thing as a free lunch” ("NFLP") has enjoyed a recent revival in the assessment of...
5-PLATFORM ECONOMICS: RECENT FINDINGS AND FURTHER QUESTIONS By Alexander White

Platform Economics: Recent Findings and Further Questions

How is platform competition different from regular competition? The first part of this article reviews recent findings from theoretical platform economics. It describes two...

Mobile Ecosystems: Competition, Choice and User Protection – Japanese Translation

Below, we have provided the Japanese translation of the full transcript of our panel discussion Mobile Ecosystems: Competition, Choice and User Protection. Read below...

Ensuring International Alignment of National Competition Policy Initiatives

Below, we have provided the full transcript of our panel discussion Ensuring International Alignment of National Competition Policy Initiatives. Read below to see the...
6- Platform Regulation Taking Stock of Lessons from the Media Sector By Konstantina Bania

Platform Regulation: Taking Stock of Lessons from the Media Sector

Over the past few years, online platforms have almost monopolized discussions in legal and policy circles. Various initiatives have recently culminated in legislative proposals....

Mobile Ecosystems: Competition, Choice and User Protection

Below, we have provided the full transcript of our panel discussion Mobile Ecosystems: Competition, Choice and User Protection. Read below to see the timely...
The Value of Data and Its Impact on Competition

The Value of Data and Its Impact on Competition

Common regulatory perspective on the relationship between data, value, and competition in online platforms has increasingly centered on the volume of data accumulated by...
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Antitrust Dystopia & Antitrust Nostalgia: Alarmist Theories Of Harm In Digital...

By Geoffrey A. Manne & Dirk Auer (International Center for Law & Economics) The dystopian novel is a powerful literary genre. It has given us...
Online Advertising

Advertising, Content, and Welfare

Posted by Social Science Research Network Advertising, Content, and Welfare By David S. Evans (Global Economics Group) The attention market involves competition in which platforms acquire time...
Online Advertising and Antitrust: Network Effects Switching Costs and Data as an Essential Facility

Online Advertising and Antitrust: Network Effects, Switching Costs, and Data as...

In this paper, I discuss some of the traditional sources of market power grounded in economics, and how they apply to online advertising markets....
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