Free Lunch Podcast Episode 41 – Populist Antitrust

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Episode 41 of the Free Lunch Podcast brings you the recording of the second panel from the Pepperdine Law Review’s 2019 Symposium “Regulating Tech: Present Challenges and Possible Solutions”.

In this panel, the speakers debate varying standards for antitrust rulemaking and enforcement. The merits of the Neo-Brandeisian “populist” approach are weighed against more recent “consumer-welfare” standards.

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Panelists:
Geoffrey A. Manne
Geoffrey Manne
Executive Director, International Center for Law & Economics

William Rinehart
William Rinehart
Director of Technology and Innovation Policy, American Action Forum

Joanna Tsai
Joanna Tsai 
Vice President, Charles River Associates

Hal Singer
Hal Singer
Managing Director, Econ One


Moderator:
Babette E. Boliek
Babette E. Boliek
Chief Economist, Federal Communications Commission
Professor of Law, Pepperdine School of Law


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