Analysing UK Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill through The Prism of EU Digital Markets Act

Forthcoming in Concurrences 3-2023 (penultimate draft)

12 Pages Posted: 21 Jul 2023

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Oles Andriychuk

Newcastle University - Law School

Date Written: July 12, 2023

Abstract

The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill (DMCCb) is currently being scrutinised by both Houses of UK Parliament. The regulatory philosophy underpinning the proposal is very similar to EU Digital Markets Act. The legal mechanic of the DMCCb yet is very different. In the future, both acts and both regimes will be assessed and compared from different perspectives. This article offers a first look at the Bill identifying its 7 advantages and 4½ shortcomings in comparison with the DMA.

Keywords: Competition Law, Digital Markets Act, Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act, DMA, DMCC, UK Competition Law

JEL Classification: H70

Suggested Citation

Andriychuk, Oles, Analysing UK Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill through The Prism of EU Digital Markets Act (July 12, 2023). Forthcoming in Concurrences 3-2023 (penultimate draft), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4507277 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4507277

Oles Andriychuk (Contact Author)

Newcastle University - Law School ( email )

United Kingdom

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