Economist Fabien Roques, Charles Veraeghe and Augustin Lorne co-authored a paper for Euractiv. The article discusses the emergency interventions to cap market revenues.
Economists Frederic Palomino, Soledad Pereiras and Nadine Watson participated in a Q&A with Financier Worldwide on competition law and sustainability. The authors discuss the key trends in sustainability initiatives in competition law, how authorities can strike a balance between promoting sustainability efforts and restricting anti-competitive practices, and how companies can assess potential harms and benefits … Continued
Elizabeth Wang joined speakers from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, the Japan Fair Trade Commission, the UK Competition and Markets Authority, Facebook and King’s College London on a panel during the 2021 Innovation Economics conference to discuss the differences and similarities in antitrust enforcement towards online platforms across the U.S., Europe and Asia.
Miguel de la Mano joined a panel to discuss the major changes presented by the European Commission’s proposed Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) at the Innovation Economics conference.
In an article published in the Spring 2020 Financial Stability Review, Banco de España, Jorge Padilla considers the financial stability risks caused by BigTech’s entry into retail banking and discusses alternative policy responses aimed at allaying those concerns in more detail.
In the wake of the official draft of the 10th German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB) amendment, economist Thilo Klein speaks on the first issue of Taylor Wessing’s “Competition Cast” (in German language) on the most innovative new regulation of the so-called GWB Digitization Act.