Francesco Ducci

University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students

SJD Candidate

Toronto

Canada

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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243

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Out-of-Market Efficiencies, Two-Sided Platforms and Consumer Welfare: A Legal and Economic Analysis

Journal of Competition Law and Economics (2016) 12 (3): 591-622
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 04 Aug 2016 Last Revised: 16 Oct 2016
Francesco Ducci
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students
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competition policy, two-sided platforms, consumer welfare

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The Revival of Fairness Discourse in Competition Policy

Antitrust Bulletin, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 10 Dec 2018
Francesco Ducci and Michael J. Trebilcock
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students and University of Toronto - Faculty of Law
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fairness; efficiency; consumer welfare; procedural fairness

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The Evolution of Canadian Competition Policy: A Retrospective

The Canadian Business Law Journal, Vol. 60:2, 2018
Posted: 09 Dec 2018
Michael J. Trebilcock and Francesco Ducci
University of Toronto - Faculty of Law and University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students

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competition policy; Canada; policy reform

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Cartel Criminalization in Europe: Addressing Deterrence and Institutional Challenges

Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, Vol. 51, No. 1, 2018
Posted: 09 Dec 2018
Francesco Ducci
University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students

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cartels, criminalization, institutional design; antitrust enforcement

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The Google Search Case in Europe: Tying and the Single Monopoly Profit Theorem in Two-Sided Markets

European Journal of Law and Economics, 2018
Posted: 09 Dec 2018
Edward Iacobucci and Francesco Ducci
University of Toronto - Faculty of Law and University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, Students

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tying, two-sided markets, single monopoly profit theorem, abuse of dominance, search bias, Article 102 TFEU