Tag Archives: Competition

Enter the second annual Artificial Intelligence Writing Competition

Self-driving cars, literature produced by computers, autonomous military armaments, robotic child companions – and more – are already here.  These developments and those to come all pose important legal issues, some of which are unprecedented. Luckily though, you don’t have … Continue reading

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Competition Lore – episodes 9 and 10

Episode 9 with Prof Colin Bennett on the political economy of privacy and Episode 10 with Prof Michal Gal on algorithmic collusion are now up. Transcripts are now available for each episode on the website, Read more detail on Recent … Continue reading

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How Inevitable Is Corporate Tax Competition?

Thomas Tørsløv, Ludvig Wier, and Gabriel Zucman, The Missing Profits of Nations, NBER Working Paper 24701 (2018). Daniel Shaviro How much profit-shifting, from high-tax to low-tax countries, do multinational companies (MNCs) engage in? The question is hard to answer, for both theoretical and … Continue reading

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European Competition Law Is Hurting Consumers

European Competition Law Is Hurting Consumers argues Tom Struble in the National Review. Read more detail on Recent Antitrust posts –

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New feed for competition related news

See here. Competition Feed – the name seems to say it all. Read more detail on Recent Antitrust posts –

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