Challenges to Antitrust in a Changing Economy

BY Maggie Clark
September 5, 2018

On November 9, join CCIA and CPI for a full day conference addressing key issues affecting the tech industry in a climate of constant changes.
Leading antitrust academics, enforcers and private practitioners will discuss topics including: measuring market concentration; the consumer welfare standard; competition on/via the internet; is monopoly power rising?; and antitrust enforcement vis-à-vis the tech industry. A full program is available here.

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