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Protecting consumers’ interests in digital markets: The experience of Australia

Sara Court; OECD On the Level As Australia’s national competition and consumer regulator, the ACCC’s job is to promote competition and fair trading, and to...

Corporate Counsel Corner with Anne Riley

In our second installment of our Corporate Counsel Corner series, Professor and CPI Executive Board Member Danny Sokol interviews Anne Riley. Anne is the...

Blog o’ Blogs September

September's arrival sees ongoing changes as new trends settle and uncertainties grow regarding the future of some important political and economic arrangements throughout the...

Restoring Competition in the United States

By: Bill Baer, Jonathan B. Baker, Michael Kades, Fiona M. Scott Morton, Nancy L. Rose, Carl Shapiro & Tim Wu (ProMarket) Excessive market power plagues the...

Blog o’ Blogs April 2014

    Reflecting on lots of interesting court decisions this month-on class actions, remedies, failing firm defense, Pay TV, hospital mergers-plus IP, cartels, punishment, sports, rebates,...

September 2013 Blog o’ Blogs

  Steve Ballmer's announcement that he's stepping down as Microsoft's CEO created two interesting debates - Becker v. Posner, Krugman vs. Gans - along with...

The AT&t-T/Mobile Case: Questions and Answers

The DOJ's case against the AT&T/T-Mobile merger has the potential to be a landmark antitrust case. As such, the case will raise ...

August Blog ‘o Blogs

  Our August Blog o' Blogs is full of questions: How should e-books be priced? Can competition help revive the Russian economy? Does...
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The Assault On The Printed Page

By: Ramsi Woodcock (What am I Missing) When the New York Journal cabled Mark Twain in London on June 2, 1897 to inquire whether he...

December 2013 Blog o’ Blogs

    December 2013, Volume 3, Number 12       The FTC opens gift-giving season with a new competition blog. We include 3 more FTC articles while also analyzing...

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