How well do current competition rules work in digital markets? How easy or difficult is it to apply established competition law concepts in multi-sided markets? What should we make of relevant cases? Should competition enforcement absorb ever more public policy objectives?
These are just some of the questions that are currently being discussed by the competition policy community around the world. To shed some light on these issues, we are excited to announce the start of our #CompetitionTalks series with competition policy experts.
For the beginning, we are proud to present to you interviews with Professor Pinar Akman from Leeds University, Alfonso Lamadrid de Pablo from law firm Garrigues as well as Pablo Colomo Ibáñez, Professor at the London School of Economics. (Some might say that our friends Alfonso and Pablo are better known for running the Chillin’Competition blog!)