‘How tech rolls’: Potential competition and ‘reverse’ killer acquisitions

n advance of the 2021 OECD Competition Open Day, Cristina Caffarra argues that concerns about the impact on potential future competition of mergers between acquisitive platforms and small players are broader than ‘killer acquisitions’; they include ‘reverse killer acquisitions’ as well. This is an edited version of an article she wrote together with Greg Crawford and Tommaso Valletti first posted in VoxEU on 11 May 2020.

Shaping the ‘she-covery’: Using gender inclusive competition policy to build back better

The unfolding health and economic consequences of the COVID-19 crisis have once again thrown the spotlight on the structural inequalities that women in our society face. As governments and societies reflect on how to recover from the crisis and build back better, OECD's Chris Pike looks at the contribution gender inclusive competition policy could make.