Here below you find the most read articles on CompetitionFeed over the last two weeks.
Data abuse has "darkened" technology's potential, the EU's Competition Commissioner has warned. Read More.
The group representing FTSE-100 finance chiefs opposes proposals for a system of joint auditors, Sky News understands. Read More.
Commission seeks feedback on commitments offered by NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, and Sky in pay-TV investigation
The European Commission is inviting comments from interested parties on commitments offered by NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros, and Sky to address competition concerns relating to contractual clauses preventing the cross-border provision of pay-TV. Read More.
Servier v. Commission (Case T 691/14): 5 crucial points of the second “pay-for-delay” decision of the EU General Court
Servier v. Commission (Case T‑691/14) is the second decision of the General Court of the European Union on “pay-for-delay” patent settlements in the pharmaceutical industry, following the 2016 decision of the Court on Lundbeck v. Commission (Case T-472/13). Read More.
The role of antitrust enforcement in the U.S. economy is drawing debate these days, with critics often suggesting that U.S. antitrust authorities should emulate their European counterparts. Read More.
The ninth FTC hearing on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century took place last week at the Constitution Center and focused on data security. Read More.
Mats A. Bergman, Johan Lundberg, Sofia Lundbergand Johan Y. Stake
We evaluate whether an econometric technique that is used in the spatial econometrics and network effects literatures can be adopted as a test for collusive bidding in public procurement auctions.Read More.
Will Abel, Silvana Tenreyro and Gregory Thwaites
We study the evolution and effects of monopsony power in the UK private sector labour market from 1998 to 2017. Read More.
Douglas J. Cumming, Rejo Peter and Monika Tarsalewska
We study the effect of public-to-private buyout transactions on investments in innovation using an international sample from thirty-six countries over the 1997-2017 period. Read More.
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