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University of Chicago Asks, "Is There a Problem With Competition?"

The University of Chicago’s Stigler Center hosted an event, Is There a Problem with Competition? where Professors Dennis Carlton (Chicago Booth), Ariel Ezrachi (Oxford), and I discussed whether there can be too much competition, whether antitrust policy needs reform, and potential paths forward – all topics covered in our book, Competition Overdose. The conversation was moderated by ProMarket managing editor Jana Kasperkevic.


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