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Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy
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Unchallenged Market Power? The Tale of Supermarkets, Private Labels and Competition Law
Recent decades have witnessed a distinct increase in the sales and popularity of private labels. The growing market share of private labels has transformed the landscape of retail competition inExpand
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Artificial Intelligence & Collusion: When Computers Inhibit Competition
The development of self-learning and independent computers has long captured our imagination. The HAL 9000 computer, in the 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, for example, assured, “I am puttingExpand
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The Competitive Effects of Parity Clauses on Online Commerce
Parity clauses, also known as most-favoured-nation clauses, are designed to address the hold-up problem in vertical relations and facilitate investments and efficiencies by the downstream platform.Expand
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The Role of Voluntary Frameworks in Multinational Cooperation over Merger Control
I. INTRODUCTION In the last decade, the number of jurisdictions developing and enforcing merger regimes has increased systematically.' Developed and developing markets introduced new competitionExpand
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Are Excessive Prices Really Self-Correcting?
Excessive pricing by a dominant firm is considered as one of the most blatant forms of abuse. Despite this, competition authorities frequently refrain from intervening against excessive prices. TheExpand
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Ec Competition Law and the Regulation of Passive Investments Among Competitors
Passive holdings and cross-investments among competing companies are common phenomena in the modern marketplace. Yet under certain market conditions such investments may cause anticompetitiveExpand
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Excessive Pricing, Entry, Assessment, and Investment: Lessons from the Mittal Litigation
The role of antitrust in curtailing excessive prices has long been a contentious area. Consequently, the charging of excessive prices has been subjected to diverse levels of enforcement across theExpand
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The Rise of Behavioural Discrimination
The ongoing developments in e-commerce, big data and big analytics have transformed our online environment and the way we shop for goods and services. By increasing transparency, access to markets,Expand
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Criminalising Cartels: Why Critical Studies?
The title of this book reflects the sense that there has been a traceable international movement over the last decade or so in support of criminal sanctions for cartel conduct. The movement may beExpand
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