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An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of “Free”

Benjamin Edelman and Damien Geradin. An Introduction to the Competition Law and Economics of ‘Free’.  Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International.  August 2018. Many of the largest and most successful businesses today rely on providing services at no charge to at least a portion of their users. Consider companies as diverse as Dropbox, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, …

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Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Things have been moving quickly over the past few days.  We’ve added more members to the editorial board, and the board has been discussing the form this journal should take. I’ve set things up to publish posts in the following categories: Research papers, as you might expect.  We also have a separate section for short […] → Read More: Board, correspondence, errata, etc.

Welcome, a little more seriously

One or two people asked me if I am serious, and I guess the initial post was a bit silly in tone.  So let’s try that again. Welcome to Not Relevant, a new electronic journal for information retrieval research.  We want to publish bleeding-edge research papers, especially those that current IR conferences are rejecting due […] → Read More: Welcome, a little more seriously

Welcome, a little more seriously

One or two people asked me if I am serious, and I guess the initial post was a bit silly in tone.  So let’s try that again. Welcome to Not Relevant, a new electronic journal for information retrieval research.  We want to publish bleeding-edge research papers, especially those that current IR conferences are rejecting due […] → Read More: Welcome, a little more seriously

Welcome, a little more seriously

One or two people asked me if I am serious, and I guess the initial post was a bit silly in tone.  So let’s try that again. Welcome to Not Relevant, a new electronic journal for information retrieval research.  We want to publish bleeding-edge research papers, especially those that current IR conferences are rejecting due […] → Read More: Welcome, a little more seriously

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