The Global Antitrust Institute Report on the Digital Economy is designed to provide a balanced perspective - grounded in economic analysis and empirical evidence - on a wide variety of contemporary issues in antitrust law and economics. The Report features 34 chapters broken down over three sections. Section I explains the foundational economic concepts and legal principles that apply to the digital economy. Section II gives an overview of the state of competition in digital markets, current antitrust enforcement efforts, competition, concentration, and the role of government in the competitive process. Section III analyzes contemporary proposals to overhaul the antitrust laws and offers evidence-based proposals for how to improve antitrust institutions to promote competition in the digital economy.
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