CONFERENCE : NASSE SEMINAR - DIGITAL PLATEFORM - REGULATION - INCREASING RETURNS - COMPETITIVE RISKS

The competition between digital platforms (Nasse Seminar - Paris, 22nd June 2016)

During the Nasse Seminar organized the 22nd of June of 2016, Jérôme Philippe and Jacques Crémer talked about the competition between digital platforms.

This seminar was presented by Etienne Pfister, chief of the economic department of the Competition authority.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Introduction by Etienne Pfister The theme of platforms is not new to industrial economics. But the session will focus on digital platforms, which changes the subject significantly because these platforms operate in a market almost devoid of borders. The themes that we will discuss come from both platform characteristics but also from the digital aspect, the latter modifying the role of platforms, which often have to ensure a good match between a large number of providers and buyers. The themes will be the following: Part 1: What are platforms, what do they bring to the economy?Part 2: What are the determinants of competition between platforms?Part 3: Do

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  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Paris)
  • University of Toulouse I
  • French Competition Authority (Paris)

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Jérôme Philippe, Jacques Cremer, Etienne Pfister, The competition between digital platforms (Nasse Seminar - Paris, 22nd June 2016), November 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 89061, www.concurrences.com

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