Tag: Competition

  • Labor Markets Are the New Frontier for Competitors Coverage

    Do labor markets in Europe or the USA and Canada expertise extra monopsony energy? In a brand new paper revealed within the College of Chicago Regulation Overview, Satoshi Araki, Andrea Bassanini, Andrew Inexperienced, Luca Marcolin, and Cristina Volpin present comparisons of monopsony energy between the 2 areas, documenting related ranges of focus throughout labor markets…

  • Political Misinformation Thrives on Media Competitors

    In new analysis, Arseniy Samsonov builds a mannequin exhibiting how having accessible to the general public a large number of media shops and social media platforms wouldn’t assist cut back misinformation from politicians. Reasonably, monopolistic energy may allow these shops to retain management over the narratives across the data that these politicians present to journalists…

  • How Massive Tech Makes use of Web Neutrality To Subvert Competitors

    A decade of proof means that Open Web insurance policies have delivered the other impact. Innovation has been the important thing argument for implementing internet neutrality, or “open web” guidelines. Whereas there isn’t a official, statutory definition, Tim Wu prompt it because the broadband community being a “impartial platform” for innovation. Open Web guidelines are…

  • Information, Context and Competitors Coverage

    Information tends to be misunderstood. It’s typically in comparison with a uncooked materials like oil, waste, or capital. Elettra Bietti argues that misconceptions of information percolate to antitrust, producing impoverished regulatory approaches to digital markets. In early February, I attended “The Web’s Midlife Disaster” convention at UC Boulder. I used to be requested to discuss…