Roaring Twenties or Digital Depression? III. Q&A With Prof. Scott Stern of MIT Sloan School of Management

As a companion to our earlier report Roaring Twenties or Digital Depression? Unintended Consequences of Antitrust Activism on the U.S. Small Business Economy, we conducted an email question-and-answer session with Prof. Scott...

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Nightmare on Main Street: The Effects of ‘Populist Antitrust’ on America’s Small Businesses

Since the election of President Biden, a broader, even radical, view of private markets competition commonly called “Populist Antitrust” (also “Hipster Antitrust” or the “New Brandeis movement”), which seeks to overhaul U.S....

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Roaring Twenties or Digital Depression? II. Q&A With Prof. David Audretsch of Indiana University

As a companion to our earlier report Roaring Twenties or Digital Depression? Unintended Consequences of Antitrust Activism on the U.S. Small Business Economy, we conducted an email question-and-answer session with Prof. David...

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Diners, Drive-Ins, and Data Dives: Data Sharing Between Delivery Platforms and Restaurants

Popular third-party food delivery platforms such as DoorDash, Uber Eats, and Grubhub have been “lifelines” for restaurants during the hardest parts of the COVID-19 pandemic, as in-person dining was restricted and people...

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