Several CRA economists are speaking at this event. The three-day event will examine the potential for collusive, exclusionary, and predatory conduct in multi-sided, technology-based platform industries. The sessions will also examine antitrust frameworks for evaluating acquisitions of nascent competitors or occurring in nascent markets, including in the technology and digital marketplace; and the approach to addressing antitrust issues regarding labor markets.
Michael Salinger is a panelist on “The Current Economic Understanding of Multi-Sided Platforms,” Joanna Tsai is a panelist on “Defining Relevant Markets and Establishing Market Power in Cases Involving Multi-Sided Platforms,” Bob Topel is a panelist on “Economic Evidence of Labor Market Monopsony,” and Cristina Caffarra is a panelist on “Do the U.S. and Europe Treat Competition Cases Involving Platforms Differently?”
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IP Literature Watch: January 2021
In this issue of IP Literature Watch we include a paper that explores how the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act has become a favorite legal tool for dominant firms...