University College London

Todd Davies

University College London

Todd Davies is PhD Student in Competition Law at University College London since 2022. He is a graduate student at Technical University Munich studying M.Sc Politics and Technology. Originally from Lancashire, UK, Todd studied Computer Science at the University of Manchester, before going on to work as a professional software engineer in Munich. He now studies part-time in addition to his work. His graduate studies are focused primarily on socio-technological issues relating to digital markets, particularly relating to competition.


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"Reconceiving Big Tech : Decentralizing the Industry to Align Incentives and Maximize Total Welfare" (Student Paper | AWA 2021)
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Todd Davies The EU Commission proposes the Digital Markets Act, opening the door to a separation of revenue generation from consumer content which could increase the contestability of zero-priced platforms


This article has been nominated for the 2021 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. 1. Introduction [1] The digital age has brought huge benefits to society, triggering huge social welfare gains, massive wealth creation and lots of (...)


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