Competitive Edge

Competitive Edge is a monthly series featuring leading experts in antitrust enforcement on a broad range of topics related to competition policy and is aimed at promoting the development of sharp and effective tools to increase competition in the U.S. economy.

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New U.S. antitrust legislation before Congress must mandate an anticompetitive presumption for acquisitions of nascent potential competitors by dominant firms

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Competitive Edge: Big Ag’s monopsony problem: How market dominance harms U.S. workers and consumers

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Competitive Edge: Why noncompete clauses in employment contracts are by and large harmful to U.S. workers and the U.S. economy

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Competitive Edge: Remedying monopoly violation by social networks—the role of interoperability and rulemaking

Competition
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Competitive Edge: The future of vertical mergers and the thing called ‘EDM’

Competition
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Competitive Edge: The states’ view of vertical merger guidelines in U.S. antitrust enforcement

Competition
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Competitive Edge: Underestimating the cost of underenforcing U.S. antitrust laws

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Competitive Edge: Jason Furman testifies on the role of data and privacy in online platforms’ market power

Competition
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Competitive Edge: Five building blocks for antitrust success: the forthcoming FTC competition report

Competition