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Efficiency and Antitrust Regulation of “Narrow” Best Price Clauses between Platforms and Suppliers

ФИО студента: Ziia Iusifzade

Руководитель: Alexander Larionov

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Программа: World Economy (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

This work attempts to tackle the issues of the antitrust regulation of platforms and, in particular, the issues of regulating the use of narrow price parity agreements by platforms in relation to its suppliers. One of the key problems of this study is Showrooming and its mplications, as well as the ways of overcoming it. This paper also examines the current practice of regulating such price parity agreements and analyzes the institutional environment in Europe and Russia while aspires to sugggest some recomendatitions for its improvement.

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