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The Double Duality of Two-Sided Markets

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I’m typing live from the Swedish Competition Authority’s top-notch Pros and Cons conference, which in this 13th edition deals with the pros and cons of two-sided markets.

Despite the fact that the conference has been opened by myself and will be closed by Nicolas Petit, I promise this is a serious and highly reputed event.

In my intervention I have focused on what I’ve called the double duality of (practices carried out in) two-sided markets. A paper on the subject is in the pipeline (to be finished when work and baby allow), but most of the views I just developed are contained in this presentation (comments would be very welcome):

Lamadrid_The Double Duality of Two Sided Markets


Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

28 November 2014 at 11:26 am

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  1. Link for presentation is not working.


    1 December 2014 at 4:42 pm

  2. Hi Eri, I’ve just checked it and it seems to work (WordPress also tells me that a couple hundred people have downloaded it correctly) so perhaps you could try to refresh the link ot try from a different computer?

    Alfonso Lamadrid

    1 December 2014 at 4:47 pm

  3. […] k multi-sided platforms (trocha sebepropagace; btw k problematice vícestrannosti viz také blog post A. Lamadrida na Chillin‘ Competition a v něm odkazovaná prezentace — mnohem […]

  4. […] Markets” which, to a large extent, is a beefed up version of my speech (the ppp is available here) at the Swedish Competition Authority’s Pros and Cons Conference back in November. The […]

  5. […] As you may remember, I gave my views on the subject at the Swedish Competition Authority’s “Pros and Cons conference” (French speakers may think that I was the “con” among the pros, which is probably right….) (the slides are available here). […]

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