Fiona Scott Morton from the U.S.A

Fiona Scott Morton from the U.S.A

A key competition law development in the U.S.A. in 2020: The most significant development in the US in 2020 was the publication of the House subcommittee on antitrust’s report:  Investigation of Competition in Digital Markets. Interested readers should view the introduction to see how the state of the evidence combined with a new coalition of small business and consumers generated a bipartisan consensus that antitrust enforcement in the US must be stronger.

 

A place to visit in the U.S.A. after the pandemic: And what is a place you recommend to see in your country once we are able to travel again? In the autumn, drive to the part of New England where the leaves are turning. It is stunning to view the rolling hills carpeted in oranges, yellows, and reds. Be sure to sample maple syrup, pumpkin pie, and corn pudding when you visit.

Fiona Scott Morton is a Professor of Economics at the Yale School of Management. Her intellectual interest is the study of competition, either through research in industrial organization or through development of advances in enforcement policy.

New England, U.S.A.