Competition in a digital economy is a new frontier.
Featuring regular cut-through interviews with leading thinkers, movers and shakers, Competition Lore is a podcast series that engages us all in a debate about the transformative potential and risks of digitalised competition.
Join Caron Beaton-Wells, Professor in Competition Law at the University of Melbourne, to tackle what it means to participate as a competitor, consumer or citizen in a digital economy and society.
Competition Lore is produced by Written & Recorded.
Developing policy at Facebook?
In this episode we are joined by Matt Perault, former Director of Public Policy at Facebook. Matt has looked the challenges squarely in the eye and shares with us how the social network giant has been dealing with them, together with his thoughts on how interactions between stakeholders can affect policy outcomes, for better or worse. It’s a rich and wide ranging conversation that you won’t want to miss.
Doing Digital in India?
Shilpi Battacharya, Associate Professor at Jindal Global University, and Ujwal Kumar, Policy Advisor at Consumer Unity and Trust Society discuss competition law developments in India.
Being DG Comp's Chief Economist?
Professor Tommaso Valletti has just completed his three year term as DG Comp’s Chief Economist and has much to share about his experience.
Too much attention?
Associate Professor John Newman from the University of Miami, discusses his research on attention markets, why he thinks there are substantial individual and societal costs associated with concentration in these markets and the role for antitrust and regulation in responding to this under-explored problem.
Downunder's Dive into Digital Platforms
Morag Bond and Kate Reader, the joint general managers of The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Inquiry team discuss its ground-breaking inquiry into digital platforms.
Law unto themselves?
Professor Frank Pasqualeof the University of Maryland discusses the dominance of digital platforms as a failing of antitrust in front of a live audience at the Melbourne Law School for the Digital Citizens Conference.
Must listen for all
Whether you’re an antitrust practitioner or just interested in competition you need to listen as Caron takes on the big issues of big tech in a way all can appreciate.