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eBook on Competition and Platforms

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A colleague just congratulated me for an article included in an ebook that was recently published on Competition and Platforms. Interestingly, I did not know that the book was out nor that it included my piece!

In any case I suggest you download it and take a look. It’s sponsored by our friends at CCIA and edited by a former colleague Aitor Ortiz (now at Competition Policy International). It compiles a number of interesting pieces on multi-sided markets.

Mine (“The double duality of two-sided markets”) was initially written as a speech for the Pros and Cons conference in Stockholm and was later published in Competition Law Journal, so it is also multi-published and multi-used. Talk of multi-homing….

The ebook is available here. It features the following pieces:

-Understanding Online Platform Competition: Common Misunderstandings By Daniel O’Connor

-The Move to Smart Mobile and its Implications for Antitrust Analysis of Online Markets By David S. Evans, Hermant K. Bhargava & Deepa Mani

– Failed Analogies: Net Neutrality vs. “Search” and “Platform” Neutrality By Marvin Ammori

-Antitrust Regulation and the Neutrality Trap: A plea for a Smart, Evidence-Based Internet Policy By Andrea Renda

-Multisided Platforms, Dynamic Competition, and the Assessment of Market Power for Internet-Based Firms By David S. Evans

-The Double Duality of Two-Sided Markets by me.

-Should Uber be Allowed to Compete in Europe? And if so, How? By Damien Geradin (Juan M. Delgado & Anna Tzanakis, ed.)

-Online Intermediation Platforms and Free Trade Principles – Some Reflections on the Uber Preliminary Ruling Case By Damien Geradin

-Competition Policy in Consumer Financial Services: The Disparate Regulation of Online Marketplace Lenders and Banks By Thomas P. Brown and Molly E. Swartz

-Legal Boundaries of Competition in the Era of the Internet: Challenges and Judicial Responses By Zhu Li

-Can Big Data Protect a Firm from Competition? By Anja Lambrecht & Catherine E. Tucker

 

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

8 June 2016 at 12:04 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. The savvy readers would still prefer a hard copy. Once you develop the habit of reading regularly, eventually you would switch to the traditional way of reading.

    Sean Vahdat

    12 June 2016 at 7:58 pm


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