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(((Martin Gaynor)))
Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon. Former Director, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission. All views are mine alone.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 5h
Replying to @JewishTweets
Amen!
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Rebecca Kelly Slaughter 5h
I strongly encourage those interested in making sure our enforcement keeps up with the times to comment. The output of these hearings will depend on the quality and breadth of the input. So make your voices heard! I am definitely listening.
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Replying to @DShaywitz @daviesbj
Beautiful view!
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Algorithms to detect algorithmic collusion designed to evade algorithmic detection...
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Replying to @thomassonecon
Very cool! Please post when you can share.
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FTC 10h
The is accepting public comments on topics for the Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century through 8/20/18. Submit your comments today:
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 5h
Polly want a resubmit!
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You clearly do not watch Shark Week movies carefully.
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Check out this great interview with , by our great students.
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Replying to @haroldpollack
OK
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FCC'a amicus brief on ATT/Time Warner appeal. "AT&T Filings Support Justice Dept. on Time Warner Deal, FCC Says" via
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Replying to @haroldpollack
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Not a bad review for 's new book!
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Everyone responsible for this should be fired immediately.
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Kind of “build it, and they’ll stay where they are.”
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Victor was the first person I thought of (but I assumed he was retired)!
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