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    Zero-Price: The Antitrust Economics of Free

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    The program will confront the challenges posed by zero-price strategies for antitrust enforcement. In particular, In particular, the panel will discuss (a) the ability of existing economic tools to define markets and (b) how to measure competitive effects, in the absence of traditional price competition.

    The topic obviously attracts a lot of attention (and false assertions) around technology/platform markets, but zero-price isn’t new or specific to technology.

    Chetan Sanghvi at NERA, Karen Kazmerzak at Sidley, John Yun at George Mason, and John Newman at the University of Memphis School of Law have agreed to participate.

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    Moderator:

    Thomas Ensign, Freshfields

    Speakers:

    Karen Kazmerzak, Sidley & Austin
    Professor John Newman, University of Memphis School of Law 
    Chetan Sangvi, NERA
    John Yun, George Mason

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    Event Details

    Format

    Teleconference

    Date

    Apr 23, 2019

    2019-04-23T13:00:00-04:00 2019-04-23T14:00:00-04:00 Zero-Price: The Antitrust Economics of Free

    The program will confront the challenges posed by zero-price strategies for antitrust enforcement. In particular, In particular, the panel will discuss (a) the ability of existing economic tools to define markets and (b) how to measure competitive effects, in the absence of traditional price competition.

    The topic obviously attracts a lot of attention (and false assertions) around technology/platform markets, but zero-price isn’t new or specific to technology.

    Chetan Sanghvi at NERA, Karen Kazmerzak at Sidley, John Yun at George Mason, and John Newman at the University of Memphis School of Law have agreed to participate.

    Speakers

    Chetan Sanghvi

    NERA Economic Consulting

    John Newman

    Univ of Memphis Humphreys School of Law

    Karen Kazmerzak

    Sidley Austin LLP

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    Section of Antitrust Law

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