Today algorithms influence all aspects of our lives, from how much we pay for groceries and what adverts we see, to the decisions taken by health professionals. As these tools become increasingly widespread, they pose new challenges to businesses. In order to begin to ‘demystify’ algorithms and AI, we ask: what benefits and risks do they bring to the economy?
The European Commission is consulting on updating its 1997 Market Definition Notice, which provides important guidance on identifying relevant markets in competition cases. One hotly debated topic is defining markets for two-sided platforms. We discuss some common misunderstandings on this topic, including on how to apply the hypothetical monopolist test to digital platform markets
The ‘death of the high street’ has been seriously debated in the UK since 2011 when the Portas Review highlighted the effects of internet shopping, out-of-town shopping centres, congestion, and the lack of local leadership.1 The debate has been...
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