Richard N. Langlois: “It’s Not Easy Being a Schumpeterian”

Dear readers, I am delighted to announce that this month’s guest article is authored by Richard N. Langlois, Professor of Economics at the...
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New book: “Blockchain + Antitrust”

Dear all, I’m beyond thrilled to announce that my book, “Blockchain + Antitrust”, is coming out later this month. I...
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Reading suggestions – August 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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Randal C. Picker: “Security Competition and App Stores”

Dear readers, I am delighted to announce that this month’s guest article is authored by Randal C. Picker, James Parker Hall Distinguished Service...
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Reading suggestions – July 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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Alexandre de Streel (guest article): “Why Legislators Want to Move Fast and Break Things in the Cyberspace?”

Dear readers, I am delighted to announce that this month’s guest article is authored by Alexandre de Streel, Professor of digital law at...
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Antitrust Jukebox #1 — Video highlights

Last June, Nicolas Petit and I organized what appears to be the first edition of the Antitrust Jukebox. We invited...
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Competition Stories: May & June 2021

Welcome to the Competition Stories – a bimonthly exploration of recent courts and competition law agencies’ decisions. Authored by Makis Komninos, a renowned expert in...
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Reading suggestions – June 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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Antitrust Jukebox: three (very) unique webinars

Nicolas Petit and I are pleased to welcome you to the Antitrust Jukebox. During three (very) unique webinars, we will question our...
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Reading suggestions – May 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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A concrete proposal to improve the DMA

A few weeks ago, Nicolas Petit kindly invited me to discuss the Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) at the European University Institute. I had...
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Digital Markets Act: a conservative piece of regulation

The Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) is a complex piece of regulation. It includes some great ideas (as tackling predatory innovation) while being surprisingly conservative...
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George L. Priest (guest article): “What to do about the Big Tech Monopolies?”

Dear readers, I am delighted to announce that this month’s guest article is authored by George L. Priest, Edward J. Phelps Professor of Law...
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A list of open-access resources to learn computer science

With each passing day, our societies become a little more digital. In this context, I decided to list free access resources to...
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Competition Stories: March & April 2021

Welcome to the Competition Stories – a bimonthly exploration of recent courts and competition law agencies’ decisions. Authored by Makis Komninos, a renowned expert in...
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Reading suggestions – April 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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Documenting computer science resources for social scientists

EDIT: here are the results! Thank you! *** Dear all, I have created this short Google form to document open-access resources that could...
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Douglas H. Ginsburg & Jacob Philipoom (guest article): “A Certain Harm Overlooked: The Case of Nascent Competitors Revisited”

Dear readers, In 2020, I started publishing monthly guest articles written by some of the world’s most renowned antitrust scholars. The series continues in 2021....
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Reading suggestions – March 2021

Click here to order “Blockchain + Antitrust” *** This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press...
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Why “future proof” regulation is a bad idea

One day, we will be in a position to develop evolutive regulation. The law will modify on “its own” using different machine learning...
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