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Reading suggestions – November 2020

This post features my latest reading suggestions based on the academic papers and press articles that I enjoyed reading in November 2020. As I tend to favor open-source publications and active sharing, you may follow me on Twitter (@LeConcurrential) or LinkedIn (here) to access similar articles on a more regular basis. Antitrust: Spotlight On Cartels: Bid Rigging Affecting Public Procurement (Alison Jones – Concurrentialiste)...
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Reading suggestions – October 2020

You’ll find below the academic papers and press articles that I enjoyed reading in October 2020. You can follow me on Twitter (@LeConcurrential) or LinkedIn (here) if you want to find out about similar articles on a more regular basis. Antitrust: How Venture Capital’s “Exit Strategy” Drives Tech Industry Concentration (Lemley & McCreary – Concurrentialiste) Competition Stories: September & October 2020 (Makis...
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Reading suggestions – September 2020

Please find below the papers and articles that I enjoyed reading in September 2020. You can follow me on Twitter (@LeConcurrential) or LinkedIn (here) if you want to find out about similar articles on a more regular basis. Antitrust: Antitrust law professors’ favorite articles (Thibault Schrepel – Concurrentialiste) Digital Markets and the Incipiency Attitude in EU Antitrust Law (Nicolas Petit – Concurrentialiste)...
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Links of August 2020

Please find below the papers and articles that I enjoyed reading in August 2020. You can follow me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential if you want to find out about similar articles on a more regular basis. Antitrust: Why Do Courts Err in Pharmaceutical Antitrust Cases? (Michael Carrier – Concurrentialiste) “Never Break the Chain”: Pursuing Antifragility in Antitrust Enforcement (Makan Delrahim – DOJ)...
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Links of July 2020

Please find below the papers and articles that I enjoyed reading in July 2020. Surprisingly good for the summer period. You can follow me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential if you want to find out about similar articles on a more regular basis. Antitrust: Google, Facebook, and Amazon are no platforms (Thibault Schrepel) Market adjustments, Competition Law and the Covid-19 Pandemic (Frédéric...
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Links of June 2020

Please find below the papers and articles that I enjoyed reading in June 2020. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. Antitrust: Uncertain Harms: The Case of Nascent Competitors (Scott Hemphill) Blockchain Code Can Fill In When Antitrust Law Fails (Thibault Schrepel) Fascism and Monopoly (Daniel A. Crane) A brief history of Article 102...
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Links of May 2020

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed reading in May 2020. I don’t recall having read so many good ones in a single month. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. Antitrust: Blockchain Code as Antitrust (Thibault Schrepel & Vitalik Buterin) Do Competition Lawyers Harm Welfare? (Richard Whish) Updating “market definition” (Nicolas Petit...
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Links of April 2020

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of April 2020. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. Antitrust: POWER: Trust and Distrust (Eleanor Fox) Libra: A Concentrate of “Blockchain Antitrust” (Thibault Schrepel) Antitrust Antitextualism (Daniel A. Crane) Competition Policy and the Covid-19 Opportunity (Jorge...
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Links of March 2020

YOU LIKE THIS NEWSLETTER? THEN ANSWER MY 1-QUESTION SURVEY : ) *** Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of March 2020. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. Antitrust: Roads Not Taken: The Federal Trade Commission and Google (William Kovacic) A letter to...
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Links of February 2020

Please find below the articles that I enjoyed during the month of February 2020. Mostly antitrust-related, but not limited to it. There’s more than usual. Learn about them on a more regular basis by following me on Twitter at @LeConcurrential. Antitrust: Democracy And Monopoly In Governments, Markets, And Firms (Daniel A. Crane) The Fundamental Unimportance of Algorithmic Collusion for Antitrust Law (Thibault Schrepel)...
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