Here below you find the most read articles on CompetitionFeed over the last week.
The Federal Trade Commission, which works with the Justice Department to enforce antitrust law, will lose the head of the Bureau of Competition next month, Chairman Joe Simons said in a statement on Friday. Read More.
The E.U.’s top antitrust regulator ordered Broadcom to halt specific practices while the bloc investigates possible anticompetitive activity. Read More.
T-Mobile US Inc’s (TMUS.O) proposed $26.5 billion tie-up with Sprint Corp (S.N) won formal approval from the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday in a vote split along party lines, two sources told Reuters .Read More.
House lawmakers on Friday pressed experts on how the market power of major tech platforms could hurt consumer privacy, showing that an antitrust investigation into Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon is growing to include deeper questions about their business models. Read More.
Statement by Commissioner Vestager on Commission decision to impose interim measures on Broadcom in TV and modem chipset markets
Today, the Commission has adopted a decision imposing interim measures on Broadcom. Broadcom is the world's largest designer, developer and provider of chips for fixed video and broadband devices. Read More.
Gaurab Aryala and Maria F.Gabrielli
We estimate a model of competitive nonlinear pricing with multidimensional preference heterogeneity using individual level data on advertisements bought by local businesses (e.g., doctors, electricians) from two Yellow Page Directories in one U.S. city-market. Read More.
Erik Lundin and Thomas P.Tangerås
Horizontal shifts in bid curves observed in wholesale electricity markets are consistent with Cournot competition.Read More.
IMPACT OF COMPETITION, INVESTMENT, AND REGULATION ON PRICES OF MOBILE SERVICES: EVIDENCE FROM FRANCE
Ambre Nicolle, Lukasz Grzybowski and Christine Zulehner
In this paper, we assess the impact of competition, investment and regulation on prices of mobile services in France. Read More.
Lawrence J. White
Until slightly more than a decade ago, the credit rating industry was largely a little-recognized and little-understood part of the financial system. Read More.
This paper presents an experiment on the effect of retroactive price-reduction schemes on buyers’ repeated purchase decisions. Read More.
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