This webinar examines the lively debate on how horizontal mergers can have an impact on innovation.
It explains innovation theories of harm, i.e. those that go beyond a concern that a merger would impact on price and quality but restrict the degree of innovation, irrespective of their impact on price and quality. These theories have been advocated by economists working at DG Competition in recent academic papers.
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