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Monday, October 12, 2020

Pricing Algorithms as Collusive Devices

Pricing Algorithms as Collusive Devices

Cento Veljanovski


This paper undertakes a critical review of the prospect that self-learning pricing algorithms will lead to widespread collusion independently of the intervention and participation of humans. There is no concrete evidence, no example yet, and no antitrust case that self-learning pricing algorithms have colluded let alone increased the prospect of collusion across the economy.

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