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Antitrust Chronicle – Interoperability

Dear Readers, Interoperability has long been a controversial issue in antitrust law and related regulatory disciplines. The concept refers, essentially, to the ability for systems controlled...

Interoperability: The Wrong Prescription for Platform Competition

In this paper we assess the potential effects of recent proposals to mandate interoperability as a competition remedy for digital platforms. We find that...

The Unilateral Conduct Gap Sacrificing Interoperability and Innovation

The Sherman Act and related antitrust jurisprudence have proven flexible and capable of balancing competitive effects of virtually any kind of concerted conduct among...

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,...

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...

Invigorating Competition in Social Networking: An Interoperability Remedy That Addresses Data...

The persistent dominance of Facebook has led many scholars and policymakers to generate proposals to invigorate competition in social networking. In this piece we...

Economic Analysis of Network Effects and Intellectual Property

Posted by Social Science Research Network Economic Analysis of Network Effects and Intellectual Property By Peter S. Menell (University of California) Abstract:      The information revolution has...

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