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Economic and Political Weekly
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EPW 38m
Replying to @SmritiParsheera
As competitive forces within the industry and the ecosystem continue to redefine the sector’s dynamics, it creates new challenges for regulation and enforcement |
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Vikas Kathuria frames the debate regarding the respective realms of competition law and economic regulation in the Indian context through the complaints filed against the telecom incumbents , and by before
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Replying to @epw_in
Gaurav S Ghosh innovatively uses large sample household consumption expenditure survey data () to define relevant antitrust markets.
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Replying to @epw_in
To elucidate the concepts of “relevant market,” two-sided markets, network effects and innovation, and on strategies such as vertical integration and predatory pricing, Subhashish Gupta and Kalpana Tyagi discuss 3 cases in three different jurisdictions.
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Replying to @IIMAhmedabad @Google
Vishwanath Pingali from looks at the economics of search markets along with the economic literature on two (multi)-sided markets. He also discusses the issues with the developments in the antitrust case pertaining to in India
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In this week, we have a - Power and Competition Policy - which analyses the conflicts between regulation and competition law in the and the and technology sectors.
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Rape is not an exceptional crime. It is the final mark of impunity that men are granted everyday. |
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: Is burning actually going to solve India's problems?
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Search engines like monetise their free search services by selling advertisements to connect potential buyers with sellers.
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In the recent row over the “autonomous corporation” status of the Prasar Bharati, the fate of state broadcasters like All India Radio is in a deadlock.
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's emphasis on patterns of consumption, inter-generational ethics and rights make it possible to envision an expansive formulation of contemporary citizenship |
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my piece in this week's on the draft data protection bill as a sum of its parts (The context set by Aadhaar, the GDPR and the Indian tech-lash)
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This article examines the conditions under which biased estimates lead to overly wide or overly narrow definition.
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The concept of as a tool for also has inbuilt contradictions—it can lead to emancipation from the in terms of opportunities and it can also create compartments in a pluralistic society.
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India ranks below comparable economies like Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa in terms of financial literacy levels. Read more in this article:
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EPW 10h
Can outcome-based parameters address the structural problems of higher education in India?
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EPW 11h
: Activists who have long been campaigning for safety gear for and improvement in their abysmal living conditions rue the lack of credible data on them.
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: As the general loom, different political forces are making calculated attempts to politically position or re-position themselves in order to forge a winning combination.
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EPW 14h
. is available in several regional languages. To read , visit:
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