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In the era of the mass media, disinformation has become a factor that can cause destabilization, confusion, polarization, and harm to society.

The pandemic has generated challenges and changes to the work of economists. In this process, it has become more necessary than ever to be analytical, to innovate strategies, to go back in time and to look for new scenarios within and outside the discipline in order to provide possible answers to uncertainty.

Coronavirus snuck up on us, but it hit us like a tsunami. The speed at which it spreads has highlighted the need for real-time and high-definition data.

Information is any kind of data-based inference. Conditional to context, information-sharing within markets can either improve or reduce welfare, and it can either foster or subdue competition. These effects will depend on both the nature of th…

Conditional to context, information-sharing within markets can be welfare improver or welfare reducer, while can also show pro-competitive or anti-competitive features. Overall, expected effects in efficiency and competition will depend on the …

It is quite some time now since the term artificial intelligence (AI) broke free of the confines of science fiction and became part of current IT vocabulary. Indeed authorities and personalities as well-known as Leon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg frequently opine on the implications of this technology.