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Antitrust Law and Digital Markets: A Guide to the European Competition...

By Viktoria H.S.E. Robertson (University of Graz) Leading jurisdictions around the world are debating whether the nature of data-driven digital markets and the smart technologies...

The EU Merger Regulation: A One-Stop Shop or a Procedural Minefield?

Posted by Social Science Research Network The EU Merger Regulation: A One-Stop Shop or a Procedural Minefield? Laura McCaskill (Independent) Abstract:      In 2001, the proposed $42...

Antitrust After Big Data

By John M. Yun (George Mason University) With the rise of digital markets, the conventional wisdom was that big data was a new economic phenomenon...

The Logic of Market Definition

Posted by Social Science Research Network The Logic of Market Definition By David Glasner & Sean Patrick Sullivan Despite the voluminous commentary that the topic has attracted in recent...

Three Challenges for Pharmaceutical Antitrust

Posted by Social Science Research Network Three Challenges for Pharmaceutical Antitrust By Michael A. Carrier (Rutgers Law School) Pharmaceutical antitrust law is hard. When drug companies delay...
COVID

EU Competition Law and COVID-19

By Francisco Costa-Cabral, Leigh Hancher, Giorgio Monti ,Alexandre Ruiz Feases (Tilburg Law and Economics Center) This paper explores how EU competition law enforcement might be...
American Express

Competition Law As Common Law: American Express and the Evolution of...

By A. Douglas Melamed (Stanford) We explore the implications of the widely accepted understanding that competition law is common — or “judge-made” — law. Specifically,...
Facebook and Google

EU should regulate Facebook and Google as ‘attention utilities’

By Tristan Harri, Financial Times The European Commission’s new digital strategy missed a momentous opportunity to better shape our global future. While it may create...
google

“Trust me, I’m fair”: Analysing Google’s latest practices in ad tech...

By Damien Geradin &Dimitrios Katsifis (EUCLID Law) In a first paper released in January 2019, we explained the mechanics of online display advertising and real-time...
Big Tech

The Pandemic Has Made Sudden Heroes of the Tech Companies—for Now

By Laura Forman, Wall Street Journal Technology companies: villains or heroes? Oppressive or empowering? The hazards of technology have vexed consumers even as they’ve enjoyed...

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