Digital Economy latest publications
The announcement of the launch of Libra, the digital currency that Facebook plans to implement, has sparked interest, concern and, above all, great uncertainty about its viability as a business and its financial and social impact.
Competition law is under scrutiny and policy makers are leading a lively social debate over the challenges raised by digital markets. Revisions to law and enforcement will likely focus on three goals: reducing risks of under-enforcement; reassessing the notion of harm; and targeting digital markets.
Central banking forums are particularly interesting, providing as they do an environment where one can take a step back from the volatile present and, even more importantly, take perspective and ask oneself where it is that we are heading.
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are developing and permeating our society for the purpose of helping us to achieve our goals more effectively and ease the way toward the challenges in store.
An analysis of use and access of the tools for the digital era in Colombian companies, such as: electronic devices, Internet, electronic commerce, large volumes of information, among others. We analize variables that define the adoption and penetration in the company as size and economic sector
DiGiX is a composite index that measures the degree of digitization in 99 countries around the world. It classifies information into three broad categories, supply conditions, demand conditions, and institutional environment.
The French and German governments have published a manifesto advocating substantial industrial policy reform in the EU based on three pillars: to strengthen innovation, ensure reciprocity and review competition laws.
March 20, 2019
From old to new questions: Recent contributions to understand modern markets' competition
As digital markets continue to expand in size and complexity, more evidence are needed to understand them. Current research has focused on industrial organization of digital platforms. Insights arise from natural incentives and distortions behind them, leading to tax and antitrust policy concerns. The role of data seems to …