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Law and Economics Experts Discuss Google Anti-Trust Concerns

Washington, DC
Friday, October 5, 2012

At the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) on Friday, anti-trust law and economics and technology policy experts discuss the market for Internet search, the evolving competitive landscape and the role of government regulation.

The panelists also discuss a new paper entitled "What Does the Chicago School Teach about Internet Search and the Anti-Trust Treatment of Google?," authored by Gregory Sidak, who will participate in the discussion, and Judge Robert Bork. The paper analyzes the anti-trust concerns over Google and the market for Internet search. 

Additional participants include: Jeff Eisenach of AEI, Randal Picker of the University of Chicago and George Priest of Yale University.

Updated: Friday, October 5, 2012 at 2:18pm (ET)

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