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Brandeis Chicago Schumpeter Future Competition Policy

Twilight of the Lodestars: Brandeis, Chicago, Schumpeter and the Future of...

By Joseph V. Coniglio1   “All becoming and growing — all that guarantees a future — involves pain.”2 Something like this may be said of U.S....
Interoperability Antitrust Law Competition Policy

Interoperability in Antitrust Law & Competition Policy

As the concepts of network effects, tipping, and lock-in have grown in importance with the rise, growth, and current ubiquity of platforms, data analytics,...
Antitrust CALERA Capability Standards US Antitrust Enforcement

All Things Are Possible with Antitrust — CALERA, Capability Standards, and...

By Joseph V. Coniglio1   Introduction It is becoming a truism to say that competition policy is at an inflection point both in the United States...

Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work? – Episode 2

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the second episode of our series Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work?. Read below...
Merger Control in Peru: The Political Economy and Economics of a New Regulation

Merger Control in Peru: The Political Economy and Economics of a...

By Javier Coronado1   After years of exhausting, yet interesting, debates, in the following weeks a general and compulsory pre-merger control regime will come into force...
Big Tech

“Data Portability” in China: The Controversy, the Status Quo, and Future...

By Meiling Xu & Wei Han1   I. Introduction Data, in the age of the digital economy, has gained unprecedented attention at both the international and national...
Competition Policy In Digital Markets: The House Report

Competition — And Competition Policy — In Digital Markets: The House...

The House Antitrust Subcommittee Report makes clear the weakness not just of competition in the tech sector, but also of competition policy toward the...
Concentration is Not Producing Higher Profits or Markups

Concentration is Not Producing Higher Profits or Markups

By Joe Kennedy (ITIF)*   Introduction The United States is in the middle of a renewed debate on antitrust policy. Although most antitrust experts favor keeping some...
Shifting the Burden in Acquisitions of Nascent and Potential Competitors: Not so Simple

Shifting the Burden in Acquisitions of Nascent and Potential Competitors: Not...

By Jay Ezrielev (Elevecon)*   I. Introduction There is a heated debate in antitrust today about what lawmakers, courts, and enforcers should do about mergers between potential...
Restoring Balance to Digital Competition – Sensible Rules, Effective Enforcement

Restoring Balance to Digital Competition – Sensible Rules, Effective Enforcement

By Philip Marsden & Rupprecht Podszun1   The EU Commission is stepping up efforts to come up with new regulations for digital gatekeepers. Executive Vice President...
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