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Korea’s Antitrust Bill To Regulate Online Platforms In Trouble

A bill from South Korea’s antitrust regulator aimed to govern dominant e-commerce platforms is still pending in the National Assembly due to a tug...
On the Competitive Effects of Single-Homing: The Case of Hybrid Marketplaces

On the Competitive Effects of Single-Homing: The Case of Hybrid Marketplaces

By revisiting the “competitive bottleneck” hypothesis in the context of multi-sided platform competition, this paper shows that the existence of single-homing consumers needs not...
Rebooting Digital Market Power

Rebooting Digital Market Power

By David Teece & Henry Kahwaty1   I. Introduction The European Commission is considering legislative proposals to address the perceived market power of online platforms. The proposals...
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China’s Antitrust Push Unlikely To Cause “Sudden Explosion Of Cases” Says...

China’s latest antitrust push will not likely lead to a “sudden explosion of cases” against online platforms, according to legal expert Angela Zhang. Her comments...
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South Korea Drafts Law To Regulate Online Platforms

South Korea’s antitrust watchdog reported that it has drafted a bill to regulate dominant online platform operators as unfair trade has become a reality...
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Designing an EU Intervention Standard for Digital Platforms

By P. Alexiadis (Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP) & Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) A consensus is emerging around the world about the need...

The Economics of Attention Markets

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Economics of Attention Markets By David S. Evans (Global Economics Group) Abstract:        This paper describes the fundamental economic...

Network Effects: March to the Evidence, Not to the Slogans

Posted by Social Science Research Network Network Effects: March to the Evidence, Not to the Slogans By David S. Evans (Global Economics Group) & Richard Schmalensee...

Why the Dynamics of Competition for Online Platforms Leads to Sleepless...

Posted by Social Science Research Network Why the Dynamics of Competition for Online Platforms Leads to Sleepless Nights But Not Sleepy Monopolies By David S. Evans...

Antitrust In The EU Digital Markets: A Case Study

By Timothy Cowen & Stephen Dnes - This article will place EU competition law policy in a comparative perspective, drawing comparisons with U.S. federal antitrust...

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