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Which peer production analysis by competition law ? (Competition’s interviews: New competitive opportunities before ordinary courts, October 18, 2016)

The third edition of “Entretiens de la concurrence”, focusing on the new economic and legal opportunities before ordinary courts, aimed to emphasise on the specific nature and assets of those jurisdictions in competition law. At the intersection of law and economics, the ordinary courts are called upon to address all issues raised by the new economic opportunities, as illustrated by competition issues raised by the development of peer-production, showing a transformation of the economy via digital technology.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Introduction Béatrice Charlier-Bonatti President, Honorary Chamber, Commercial Court of Paris 1. Considered as the model for the future of the economy, the collaborative economy refers to a new form of disintermediated consumption and commercial exchange enabled by the Internet that allows the sharing or exchange of goods or services between individuals. 2. The collaborative economy, strictly speaking, is based on a mutualisation of goods, spaces and tools (use rather than possession, in the logic of the economy of sharing), the organisation of citizens into "networks" or communities and intermediation via Internet platforms. 3. Today, the collaborative

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Anne Perrot, Jean-Bernard Falco, Béatrice Charlier-Bonatti, Which peer production analysis by competition law ? (Competition’s interviews: New competitive opportunities before ordinary courts, October 18, 2016), February 2017, Concurrences N° 1-2017, Art. N° 83411, www.concurrences.com

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