Bringing together scholarly discussion on algorithmic collusion, the book questions whether competition law is adeptly equipped to deal with its various facets. With a comprehensive overview of the recent literature on algorithmic collusion, chapters offer a critical appraisal of the effectiveness of competition law to deal with algorithmic collusion. Covering a unique collection of legal, theoretical, and experimental case studies, it initiates debate among legal scholars for a better understanding of the data upon which algorithms decide prices.
With a comparative identification of both the potentialities and limitations of competition law in relation to algorithmic collusion, this book will be of key value to students and scholars of competition law, economics and finance. It will also be an invaluable resource for legal practitioners and policy makers in the field.
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