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Summer 2013, Volume 6 Number 1

JUN-13(1)
 |  Dec 22, 2015

In this issue, we’re updating two rather diverse areas. First, we look at multisided markets. There is very little case law that incorporates current economic thinking about these markets—so do…

Not Enough Girls in the Club: The European Antitrust Approach Towards Multisided Markets
 |  Jun 17, 2013

Christian Ahlborn, Christoph Barth, Jun 17, 2013 Long before the era of e-commerce, girls would be let into nightclubs for free (or get bonus drinks) while guys would be charged…

The Consensus Among Economists on Multisided Platforms and the Implications for Excluding Evidence That Ignores It
 |  Jun 13, 2013

David Evans, Jun 13, 2013 Multisided platforms create value by bringing two or more different types of economic agents together and facilitating interactions between them that make all agents better…

The Troika’s Influence on Irish Competition Policy
 |  Jun 13, 2013

Sinead Eaton, Jun 13, 2013 When extending the bailout facility availed of by Ireland, the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank, and Commission of the European Union, now known as…

Both Sides Now: A Brief Reflection on the Two-Sided Market Debate
 |  Jun 13, 2013

James Musgrove, Jun 13, 2013 At the 2013 American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law Spring Meeting I had the honor to chair a session entitled Both Sides Now: What’s…

Should Multisided Markets Receive This Much Attention?
 |  Jun 13, 2013

Owen Kendler, Jun 13, 2013 The antitrust community talks perennially about multisided or two-sided markets. At first glance, this attention may appear misplaced. The courts have not reached a final…

Some Reflections on Competition Law and Practice in Ireland
 |  Jun 13, 2013

Vincent Power, Jun 13, 2013 Occasionally, it is a good idea to take a moment to get off the treadmill and survey one’s surroundings. The invitation by Competition Policy International’s…

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