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Algorithms & Competition Law: Interview of Michal Gal by Thibault Schrepel

Algorithmic antitrust is almost everywhere! It's in the doctrine; to start with, Google Scholar features more than 16,000 related articles. It's also in competition agencies and international institutions which have published numerous reports on the subject. Where it is not, however, is in the case-law. To this day, only a handful of cases are concerned with algorithms as a central piece of anti-competitive practices. Algorithmic antitrust is even less visible in empirical works. One may still be waiting for studies documenting the supposed extent of the phenomenon. For this first issue of the "e-Competitions Interviews Series", Dr.Thibault Schrepel (T.S.) [1] has invited Prof. Michal Gal (M.G.), Professor and Director of the Center for Law and Technology at the Faculty of Law at

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Thibault Schrepel, Michal S. Gal, Algorithms & Competition Law: Interview of Michal Gal by Thibault Schrepel, 14 May 2020, e-Competitions Algorithms, Art. N° 93929

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