Competition Policy and Antitrust

Competition policy uses economic analysis to enhance our understanding of how firm behavior affects social welfare. Scholars featured on this site consider how technology markets function, and the special issues raised by networks, platforms, interoperability, and bundling by firms like Google, Apple, and Microsoft.

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Google-Motorola Deal Likely but Scrutiny to Last

Robert Barr
Source: Politico Pro
February 9, 2012

Verizon Versus Google Wallet

Barbara van Schewick
Source: IEEE’s Techwise Conversations
January 13, 2012

T-Mobile Left in the Lurch

Christopher Yoo
Source: Wall Street Journal
September 1, 2011

Enter the Supremes?

Stephen Calkins
Source: The Deal Magazine
May 6, 2011

Will politics save Google from legal heat?

Andy Gavil
Source: Politico
February 11, 2011

Regulators Take Wrong Path on Comcast-NBC

Richard Epstein
Source: Financial Times
February 9, 2011

Columbia Law's Tim Wu to Advise FTC

Tim Wu
Source: The Wall Street Journal
February 8, 2011
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William Kovacic on the United States’ Antitrust Transformation

George Washington University Law Professor and former Chair of the FTC, William Kovacic outlines the transformation happening in American antitrust policy.

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Government Procurement

“Procurement” is the process by which governments choose to obtain and buy goods and services from the private sector.

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Harming Competition and Consumers under the Guise of Protecting Privacy: An Analysis of Apple’s iOS 14 Policy Updates

Apple’s iOS 14 update claims to protect privacy by requiring consumers to opt in to allow data sharing by third-party apps. But this unfairly advantages Apple’s own products.

By: Daniel Sokol, Feng Zhu