The Data Competition Institute will advance a multidisciplinary approach to competition policy, drawing from other areas of law and intellectual fields. Current paradigms are ill-equipped to analyze markets in our data-driven global economy.
By DCI, Allen Grunes and Maurice Stucke

0

A recent Pew study found that ninety-one percent of Americans say that they have “lost control” over how their personal information is collected or used by companies.  Given that privacy trade-offs are so clearly a concern for the vast majority of Americans, it’s ...

By DCI

0

This welfare analysis serves as a basis for the exploration of the antitrust implications of the provision of free goods.