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Economic Considerations Raised by the Federal Trade Commission’s Investigation of Google’s Search Practices

Michael Salinger () and Robert Levinson

CPI Journal, 2014, vol. 10

Abstract: In January 2013, the Federal Trade Commission closed its nineteen-month antitrust investigation into Google’s search practices. The FTC’s investigation and its resolution raised interesting antitrust issues, some of which were novel, and some of which were fundamental to sound antitrust enforcement.

Date: 2014
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