In the Spotlight:
The George Mason Law Review 24th Annual Antitrust Symposium
Save the Dates! The George Mason Law Review 24th Annual Antitrust Symposium will be taking place online from February 16-19, 2021. The theme of the symposium is “Biden Antitrust and Beyond: Emerging Competition Issues for the 2020s” and will feature panels on what to expect from the Biden administration, antitrust and amateurism, the recent flurry of big tech cases, and more! Registration information will be available soon, and we look forward to seeing everyone next month!
The Global Antitrust Institute Report on the Digital Economy
GAI/PEP Webinar on Privacy, Antitrust, and Big Tech
GAI Forum – The Curse of Bigness
Professor John Yun joins the ABA’s Our Curious Amalgam Podcast to discuss “Is It Really Free? The Economics of Digital Platforms
Prof. John Yun, Director of Economic Education at the Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) at George Mason University, joins John Roberti and Anora Wang, for a discussion on concepts including “disutility,” “diversion ratio,” “attention market,” and “contestable market,” all put in layman’s terms. Listen to this podcast to learn more about the price of something in our daily lives that appears to be free.
GAI Announces the Report on the Digital Economy
GAI Launches the Online Lecture Series
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