Antitrust needs public choice

  Friends, I’m glad to introduce a series of short videos dealing with my most recent article, “Antitrust Without Romance” (to be downloaded over here). The first deals with public choice theory and explains why it’s needed in antitrust. Public choice was introduced in the late 50s and democratized by James Buchanan and Gordon Tullock […]

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Links of May 2019

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of May 2019. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. General antitrust: Antitrust Without Romance (Thibault Schrepel) Beware The Unfair Use Of Behavioral Insights By Antitrust Agencies (A Story Of Google And The European Commission) (Thibault Schrepel) A […]

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New article: “Antitrust Without Romance”

Dear friends, I have the distinct pleasure of introducing my newest working paper entitled “Antitrust Without Romance” in which I discuss the extent to which the romantics are taking over antitrust law. To this end, I analyzed all the speeches given by US and EU Commissioners (you’ll find numerous graphs) and showed that they are building on populist […]

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Links of April 2019

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of April 2019. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. General antitrust: Podcasts for antitrust law fanatics (Thibault Schrepel) Online Advertising (CPI) No-Fault Digital Platform Monopolization (Marina Lao) What Democratic Contenders Are Missing in the Race to […]

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Podcasts for antitrust law fanatics

I finally made it! Here is a list of all podcasts (I listen to) that antitrust law fanatics may appreciate. I personally find great inspiration for my research while listening to these podcasts and I thought that, perhaps, some of you would enjoy them as well, whether it is to get new information or bold […]

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Links of March 2019

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of March 2019. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. General antitrust: Keep Politics Out of Europe’s Competition Decisions (Patrick Rey & Jean Tirole) The Warren Campaign’s Antitrust Proposals (Herbert Hovenkamp) Ohio v American Express (Geoffrey A Manne & […]

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Podcast: two episodes on “blockchain and antitrust”

Dear readers, I am very pleased to announce that I had the honor of participating in Professor Caron Beaton-Wells’ terrific podcast, Competition Lore. We talked at length about antitrust and blockchain. I invite you to listen to the two dedicated episodes that have just been released: The first one is dedicated to a general presentation of […]

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Links of February 2019

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of February 2019. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. General antitrust: Private Enforcement (CPI) Europe Needs Competition More Than Industrial Giants (Bloomberg Editorial Board) Mergers: Commission prohibits Siemens’ proposed acquisition of Alstom (European Commission) This is not a post on Siemens/Alstom – Congratulations to DG […]

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BOOK: Predatory innovation in antitrust law

Dear all, I am very happy to announce that my first book is now available for sale – now in paperback and digital version. Entitled “Predatory innovation in antitrust law », it deals with predatory innovation (surprising, isn’t it ;), but also with competition on digital markets. In fact, this book is intended to all academics, lawyers, […]

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