Professor William Kovacic of George Washington University and King’s College London has an encyclopedic knowledge of competition systems and agencies around the world. Bill explains why the United States is falling behind global competition standards and what drives Margrethe Vestager in leading the European Commission’s aggressive stance on big tech.
Dr Jorge Padilla shares his reflections on the state of the global banking industry today and why he’s regards it as ripe for disruption by the major digital platforms.
Professor Jeannie Paterson of the University of Melbourne Law School discusses her research into the impact of automation and artificial intelligence on consumer choice and decision-making.
Ariel Ezrachi shares his insights on the values that underpin European competition policy and law, the ways in which they inform the pluralistic objectives of the law and affect its enforcement.