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Algorithmic Pricing in Horizontal Merger Review: An Initial AssessmentAntitrust Magazine, Ai Deng and Cristian Hernandez, March 2022, Volume 36, Issue 2
Defining Relevant Markets in the Crypto EconomyCompetition Policy International, Florian Deuflhard and C.-Philipp Heller, February 2022, TechREG Chronicle
Collaboration and combination due to 5G: Unlocking investment or reducing competition?Antitrust Magazine (American Bar Association), Will Taylor and Adrien Cervera-Jackson, 9 August 2021, Volume 35, Issue 3
Fintech developments and antitrust considerations in paymentsAntitrust Magazine (American Bar Association), Ling Ling Ang, Will Taylor and Max Perez-Leon, Spring 2021, Volume 35, Issue 2
Checking In on PeaceHealth: Providing Some Clearer Guidance to Bundling SellersDavid H. Reichenberg and Lauren J. Stiroh, theantitrustsource October 2019
Do State Reviews of Communications Mergers Serve the Public Interest?Jeffrey A. Eisenach, Robert Kulick, Federal Communications Law Journal, Vol. 71, Issue 2, 2019