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CEO Compensation and Product Market Collusion

By Sangeun Ha, Fangyuan Ma & Alminas Žaldokas1   Introduction Product market collusion cases are rampant and span different industries. Recent and ongoing investigations in the U.S....
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Republicans Want To Revive Collusion Case Against Amazon

Two Republican lawmakers are pressing the Justice Department and the Pentagon to reopen a probe into conflicts of interest between Amazon ex-employees and consultants...
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South Korea Fines 7 Local Steelmakers For Collusion

The Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC) fined Hyundai Steel Co. and six other steelmakers a combined 300 billion won (US$271 million) for colluding to fix the...

DOJ Concludes Its Probe Of DC Private High Schools Collusion Claims

The Department of Justice announced that it has completed its investigation into whether Georgetown Day School, Holton-Arms School, Landon School, Maret School, National Cathedral...

Open for Business: Cartel Enforcement and the Procurement Collusion Strike Force’s...

A global pandemic and economic disruption make effective deterrence, detection, and prosecution of cartels more important than ever. While COVID-19 is a novel virus,...

Pricing Algorithms and Collusion: Is There Clarity on What Corporations May...

A significant focus has been placed on whether pricing algorithms facilitate collusion and whether this should be the central focus of competition authorities. Opinions...

Cartels as Crisis Management: Why Collusion May Be Inevitable During Economic...

The impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has been relentless, both from direct affliction with the virus itself and from the economic downturn devastating...

Competitor Collaborations During COVID-19

Antitrust regulators worldwide have had to adopt novel strategies to address the emergency need for collaboration within certain industries to help combat the COVID-19...

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...

Professional and Trade Associations Back on the Antitrust Front

By Eduardo Frade Trade and professional associations are a type of collaboration between competitors that generate several interesting and hard antitrust debates, still with diverging...

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