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Mapping antitrust law onto digital ecosystems

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Assessment of “ecosystem power” has begun to take center stage in antitrust cases involving large digital companies as regulators recognize that traditional analysis of individual markets is increasingly inadequate to capture how competition operates among companies with multiple “assets and capabilities.” Although antitrust economics has lagged in developing useful tools for “ecosystem” analysis, it is a well-established and growing area of ​​research in strategic management and business

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