The rise of new types of platforms considerably changed digital markets, revealing new ways to enable interactions, transactions, and data collection.
In this new episode, Jennifer Baker (EU Policy and Tech Reporter) is interviewing Julian Wright (Lim Chong Yah Professor of Economics, National University of Singapore) on the effects of regulation that might prevent natural platform expansions. What should we think of platforms leveraging their core capabilities to expand from their original core business? Is this an (antitrust) problem?
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If you want to read more about this topic, check the Concurrences website where you can find all relevant articles:
- Alain Ronzano, Competition policy : Dutch, German and French governments adopt a common position calling for tightening of the Digital Markets Act on the largest platforms and for better coordination with competition rules, 27 May 2021, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 101002
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