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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...
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The European Digital Markets Act: A Revolution Grounded on Traditions

By Alexandre de Streel (University of Namur) & Pierre Larouche (Université de Montréal) The last three years have seen a legislative acceleration in tech regulation...
Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility by Joint Agreement

By Maarten Pieter Schinkel & Leonard Treuren (University of Amsterdam) Industry-wide voluntary agreements are touted as a means for corporations to take more corporate social...
Much to Be Worked Out: The European Commission’s Proposal for a Regulation on Foreign Subsidies Distorting the EU Internal Market

Much to Be Worked Out: The European Commission’s Proposal for a...

The European Commission’s May 2021 Proposal for a Regulation on Foreign Subsidies Distorting the EU Internal Market is an eye-catching measure due to its...
The French Dilemma: Preserving FDI in France While Exercising Greater Control

The French Dilemma: Preserving FDI in France While Exercising Greater Control

While boasting of its (renewed) first place at the top of the ranking of attractive European countries from the point of view of foreign...
Interoperability as a Lens onto Regulatory Paradigms

Interoperability as a Lens onto Regulatory Paradigms

As the world increasingly considers antitrust as a tool for governing and shaping large internet companies, we ask whether traditional antitrust analysis and remedies...

Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work? – Episode 4

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the final episode of our series Antitrust in a Digital World: Does It Work?. Read below...
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Digital Ads Regulation: A Japanese and Global Perspective

By Renato Nazzini (King's College London) This paper addresses the problem of the regulation of digital advertising from a comparative and global perspective. There are...
Competitor Collaboration in Mexico The Case for Upgrading Regulation

Competitor Collaboration in Mexico: The Case for Upgrading Regulation

Collaboration among competitors in Mexico is still significantly underdeveloped. As in other developing countries, legal uncertainty impedes companies to effectively and lawfully engage in...

Antitrust in an Election Year – Digital Platforms: In Need of...

Below, we have provided the full transcript of the panel discussion, Digital Platforms: In Need of Regulation?, from the third episode of our series,...
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