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Competition policy is a critical lens to use to understand a wide range of today’s most important legal, economic, and social debates. From concerns about big tech, to sharing of critical vaccine knowledge, to consolidation in media industries, rules governing competition policy shape our world. The impact of large companies and dominant services also pushes us to revisit long-established approaches to understanding our economy, raising questions about how to understand today’s competitive landscape.

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