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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

The Web Economy, Two-Sided Markets and Competition Policy

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

David Evans (U Chicago - Law, UCL - Law, LECG) explains The Web Economy, Two-Sided Markets and Competition Policy

ABSTRACT: The web economy has grown rapidly in the last decade. Online businesses have several key features that are important for understanding the pro-competitive and anti-competitive strategies they may engage in. The two-sided markets literature helps elucidate many of these strategies. It also provides guidance for the antitrust analysis of market definition and exclusionary practices for web-based businesses.

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