The Roll-Up Economy: The Business of Consolidating Industries with Serial Acquisitions
December 15, 2022 — “The Roll-up Economy: The Business of Consolidating Industries With Serial Acquisitions" examines how repeated small acquisitions lead to industry consolidation and can harm consumers, suppliers, workers and competition itself.
Nikkei Asia: Delays on WTO deal for COVID treatments are costing lives in Asia
December 14, 2022 — In Nikkei Asia, Rethink Trade Director Lori Wallach and Joseph Stiglitz explain how the WTO's delay in allowing the export of generic COVID treatments is costing lives across Asia.
Condé Nast Traveler: Shrinking Economy Airline Seats Are Dangerous for Passengers, According to an Aviation Expert
November 14, 2022 — In a piece for Condé Nast Traveler, Economic Liberties' Senior Fellow for Aviation & Travel Bill McGee examines how small and cramped airplane seats constitute a serious public safety hazard.
Gary Gensler Got It Right
December 13, 2022 — "Gary Gensler Got It Right" is a policy quick takes that highlights how Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair Gensler’s enforcement of the crypto industry helped avert a larger collapse of the crypto industry and protect the broader economy.
Big Tech On Trial
December 1, 2022 — Big Tech On Trial tracks six key federal and state antitrust cases pending against Big Tech firms and maps out each step of the litigation.
Rolling Stone: Better Than Revenge: Swifties Help Expose Ticketmaster’s Monopoly | Commentary
November 23, 2022 — In Rolling Stone, Economic Liberties' Senior Policy Analyst Krista Brown explains what Live Nation-Ticketmaster's rise to dominance means for fans, how they abuse their market power, and why it's so important for enforcers to break them up.