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Thibault Schrepel

Reading suggestions – September 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on generative AI, the new merger guidelines, AI in legal analysis, complexity science, Nvidia, the metaverse, the Trolley Problem, regulatory capture, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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Complexity Science for Antitrust Lawyers

This short article serves as an introduction to Thibault Schrepel’s latest working paper, “Being an Arthurian: Complexity Economics, Law, and Science” (open-access) *** Complexity science provides a general framework for approaching all fields of science. Unlike other scientific methods, complexity looks at how multiple interactions between agents (be they humans, insects, animals, companies, etc.) create a...
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Reading suggestions – August 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on the new merger guidelines, startup failure, deglobalization, EU protectionism, ChatGPT political bias, lessons from GDPR, complexity economics applied to generative AI, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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Reading suggestions – July 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on computational antitrust, antitrust by intimidation, a discussion of AI smartness, climate impacts of bitcoin mining, the Worldcoin, innovation and appropriability, Harvard’s newest professor, 18 articles on dynamic competition, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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Reading suggestions – June 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on competition between ai foundation models, dynamic competition, computational antitrust, how AI will save the world, DAOs, the AI Act, unfair machine learning, MiCA, longevity, vetocracy, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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Rankings of “law & technology” journals

This post features several rankings of “law & technology” journals and reviews, none of which were produced by the Network Law Review. Most of these rankings are US-centric. ** Google Scholar Metrics: Technology Law (2023) 1. Computer Law & Security Review 2. Berkeley Technology Law Journal 3. International Data Privacy Law 4. World Patent Information...
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Reading suggestions – May 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on automated antitrust, great power competition, killer acquisitions big hype, generative AI, crypto exchanges, pro-innovation policies, complexity, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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The Expected Impact of “Great Power Competition” on Antitrust Policy

Great Power Competition refers to the rivalry and strategic competition among the world’s most powerful nations (“great powers”) for global influence, resources, and dominance. These powers typically include the United States, Russia, China, and the European Union. In practice, Great Power Competition consists of the use of economic, military, technological, and diplomatic means to gain...
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Reading suggestions – April 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on antimonopolism, innovation in antitrust law, the DMA, killer acquisitions and populism, AI doomers, generative AI, the end of big business, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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Innovation in European Antitrust Law

This short article serves as an introduction to Thibault Schrepel’s latest working paper, “A Systematic Content Analysis of Innovation in European Competition Law” (open-access) *** Economies are becoming more complex, with more transactions required to produce each product.1Hausmann, Hidalgo, Bustos, Coscia, Simoes, and Yildirim, The Atlas of Economic Complexity: Mapping Paths to Prosperity (MIT Press,...
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Reading suggestions – March 2023

Here are the Network Law Review’s monthly reading suggestions on digital antitrust, AI regulation & dominance, complexity theory, Amazon NFTs, vampire attacks, authoritarian privacy, Adam Smith, Seinfeldonomics, doomsday mergers, decentralized social media, and more... brought to you by Thibault Schrepel
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A “Proof of Vigilance” for Antitrust Constitutional Moment

This short contribution seeks to propose the implementation of a “Proof of Vigilance” to meet the challenges of antitrust constitutional moment. Hypothesis This short paper is based on a simple hypothesis: the face of antitrust is changing to an extent that will have a lasting impact on the future of the field. Academics, policymakers, enforcers,...
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A Conversation with Vernon Smith on Complexity Theory, Adam Smith, Web3, and More

The following transcript has been lightly edited. Thibault Schrepel Welcome, everyone. I am delighted to be joined today by Vernon Smith, who is a Professor appointed to the School of Business and Economics, and the School of Law at Chapman University. Vernon was awarded the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his work in...
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Reading suggestions – February 2023

Reading suggestions about the AI search war, cartel dynamics, the computable economy, Web3 protocols, bitcoin's future, ChatGPT, legal prompt engineering, the matrix of privacy, complexity theory, how to make good presentations, and more... by Thibault Schrepel
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Competition Is One Prompt Away

Counter-positioning is a business strategy in which a company positions itself in a way that its competitors are unwilling to replicate to avoid cannibalization. A well-known example of counter-positioning is Netflix’s policy not to charge late fees. In 2000, Blockbuster was earning a large portion of its revenue ($800 million) from late fees. When Netflix entered...
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