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Economic Liberties Outlines Reforms to Restore Competition, Fair Pricing and Transparency to Government Contracting

Washington, D.C.—  The American Economic Liberties Project today released “Caveat Emptor: Reversing the Anti-Competitive and Over-Pricing Policies That Plague Government Contracting,”  a new report detailing how the government contracting process has been transformed to the almost exclusive benefit of corporate interests. The report comes as Congress debates the National Defense Authorization Act, which sets out defense contracting policy.

ProMarket: Regulators Turn Their Attention Towards Apple’s Exploitation of App Developers. Now What?

June 24, 2020 — Economic Liberties’ Research Director Matt Stoller spoke to ProMarket about Apple’s exploitation of smaller app developers and its dangerous concentration of market power.

The Hill: Facebook boycott gains momentum

June 24, 2020—Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller spoke to the Hill about Facebook boycotts and the need to make structural changes that address Facebook’s business model and prevent the monetization of hate.

Civil Eats: Restaurants Are at the Mercy of Delivery Apps, but Can they Survive the Pandemic Without Them?

June 23, 2020 — Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Maureen Tkacik spoke to Civil Eats about the way Grubhub, Doordash, UberEats and Postmates exploit restaurants, delivery workers, and app users with burdensome commission fees & unfair practices.

The Hill Rising: David Dayen: How monopolies like Amazon are RUINING everything

June 20, 2020— David Dayen of the American Prospect highlighted Economic Liberties’ Illusion of Choice report on The Hill Rising to explain how monopoly power impacts our day-to-day lives.