The Atlantic Quotes Maurice Stucke
Kevin Carty, in his article “An Unpredictable Upcoming Matchup: Donald Trump vs. Big Business,” quotes Maurice Stucke:
Maurice Stucke, a professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law, says it is vital that anti-monopoly regulators focus on internet goliaths. As “we transition into a data-driven economy, several of the significant shortcomings [of the Chicago School] are magnified,” he said. For one, the Chicago School’s focus on efficiency and prices is ill-equipped for the online market, in which many products are free but some companies still are able to engage in anti-competitive behavior.
The November 16, 2016 article in The Atlantic is available here.
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