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Antitrust Chronicle® – Non-Price Effects of Mergers

BY | January 18, 2024

Dear Readers, Price effects are the typical means to use the competitive impact of mergers. But mergers can have effects on various parameters of competition, including quality, variety, and innovation.…

Dear Readers,

Price effects are the typical means to use the competitive impact of mergers. But mergers can have effects on various parameters of competition, including quality, variety, and innovation. However, the analysis of these effects poses several practical challenges for competition authorities. It can be challenging to identify the markets in which non-price effects require substantial attention. Even then, when non-price effects are relevant, it can be challenging to identify how and

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