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Competition Lore Podcast
Competition in a digital economy is a new frontier. Featuring regular cut-through interviews with leading thinkers, movers and shakers, Competition Lore is a podcast series that engages us all in a debate about the transformative potential and risks of digitalised competition. Join Caron Beaton-Wells, Professor in Competition Law at the University of Melbourne, to tackle what it means to participate as a competitor, consumer or citizen in a digital economy and society. Competition Lore is produced by Written & Recorded.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 26 ratings
Must listen for all
Whether you’re an antitrust practitioner or just interested in competition you need to listen as Caron takes on the big issues of big tech in a way all can appreciate.
SJC in Detroit via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/02/18
Terrific podcast to help us understand the implications of technology-driven economy for consumers and society. Great interviews, and worth subscribing.
gezb via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/27/18
Excellent series
Informative, engaging and entertaining series. Unique in its offering bringing together some of the world’s leading antitrust thinkers to discuss cutting edge issues. Highly recommended for antitrust practitioners and students and for anyone with a general interest in the area.
Rob_Walker via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/26/18
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