Welcome to DigiConsumers, a trimonthly exploration of recent courts and decisions about digital consumers in European law & policy. Authored by...
The relationship between Web2 giants and Web3 projects is “complicated.” More than complicated, the relationship is complex. Web2 giants...
The number of lists documenting the best tech podcasts is almost infinite. This list is specifically designed for social scientists – lawyers, economists, political scientists, complexity theorists, etc. I hope it helps. Yours truly, Thibault Schrepel *** Acquired Spotify | Apple Podcast | YouTube | Website What? Why?: “Acquired tells the stories of great companies. The show began in 2015 as Ben and David’s passion project to explore what made great acquisitions successful. It quickly outgrew its name, expanding to chronicle...
As for previous years, here are the world’s most downloaded antitrust and competition law articles posted on SSRN during...
Reading suggestions about market power, ChatGPT, plurality, blockchain governance, trustless systems, the end of programming, systems thinking, market...

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Do First-Mover Advantages Last?

Welcome to Ph.D. Voices, a monthly series in which Ph.D. candidates share their research with the antitrust world. This month’s voice...

VIDEOS: Computational Antitrust, Implementing Antitrust 3.0

I am pleased to be sharing 12 videos discussing how to implement computational antitrust, the challenges, and potential the field...

Alan J. Meese: “The Constitutional Moment That Wasn’t: 1912-1914 and the Meaning of the Sherman Act”

Dear readers, the Network Law Review is delighted to present you with this month’s guest article by Alan J. Meese, Ball Professor...

Social Media vs. Social Network: Implications For Antitrust Law

The recently published Digital Markets Act (Regulation 2022/1925) applies to gatekeepers providing a “core platform service.” “[O]nline social networking services” are listed...

Near-Decomposability as A Regenerative Process in Complex Social Phenomena

Welcome to Computational Social Sciences, a trimonthly exploration of interesting phenomena at the intersection of social sciences, computational sciences, and...

The USA’S Midterm Elections and Antitrust

Welcome to Crane’s Cartel, a trimonthly series where University of Michigan law professor Daniel Crane engages in hard-core mind-fixing. ****...

Reading suggestions – November 2022

Reading suggestions about antitrust revival, Facebook’s decline, decentralized social media, Elon Musk, the FTX meltdown, AI’s future, technopolarity, internet fragmentation,...

The New Approach to Article 22 Referrals through an Ordoliberal Lens

On 11 September 2020, competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager announced a change of approach in case referrals to the Commission under...

The Not-So-Pathetic Dot Theory

Is the dot really that pathetic? The Pathetic Dot Theory Lawrence Lessig famously introduced the Pathetic Dot Theory in 1999;...

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