This month we are highlighting papers that examine a range of topics related to monopolies, including their regulation, specific cases and monopoly theory. We aim to showcase the latest papers on monopolies, as well as popular papers from earlier years.
This is the first of two blog posts listing the papers featured in February for Monopoly Month.
Have we missed a great paper on monopolies? Let us know in the comments.
- Assessing Monopoly Power or Dominance in Platform Markets
- Bigger is Not Better: Preventing Monopolies in the National Cannabis Market
- Google’s (Forgotten) Monopoly – Ad Technology Services on the Open Web
- Diversification vs. Monopolization: A Laboratory Experiment
- Does Monopoly Slow Down the Bullet Train? The Impact of Market Competition on the Price of High-Speed Rail Services
- Gatekeeper Competition Policy
- Machine Learning as Natural Monopoly
- Monopolistic Behaviour and the Good Society; An Empirical Analysis of Monopoly Power and Social Good
- Monopoly without a Monopolist: An Economic Analysis of the Bitcoin Payment System
- On the Origins of the Concept of Natural Monopoly
- The 2022 Revision of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law: Global Antitrust Institute Comments on Draft Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China Concerning Application of the Law in Civil Disputes Arising from Monopolistic Conduct
- The Role of ‘Big Data’ in Online Platform Competition