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The Consensus Among Economists on Multisided Platforms and the Implications for Excluding Evidence That Ignores It

David Evans ()

Antitrust Chronicle, 2013, vol. 6

Abstract: Economic evidence that fails to account for interdependent demand between customer groups of multisided platforms is not reliable and should not be accorded any weight in decisions by courts or competition authorities. David S. Evans (Global Economics Group)

JEL-codes: K21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2013
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