Chapter 24 Antitrust, algorithmic pricing and tacit collusion
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This chapter explores some of the means through which algorithms and artificial intelligence may be used to dampen competition. We note how algorithmic pricing could, under certain market conditions, lead to conscious parallelism and higher prices. We also identify some of the legal and enforcement challenges raised by algorithmic tacit collusion.  

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