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November 26, 2019 Reuters

Competitive tension

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Modern antitrust laws were invented in America. Yet it’s Europe that’s now acting as the global authority on competition regulation. The United States is losing the global race.

[Note: A Spanish version of this article appeared in Cinco Días.]

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Anu Bradford Henry L. Moses Professor of Law and International Organization
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The fate of Chelsea Convenience shows, in its small way, that business and capitalism can be at odds — that the drive for immense capital gains can drain the life out of human-scale business. For entrepreneurs, the American economy, with its extreme centralization, is becoming more like the Soviet economy Mr. Feygim left behind.

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Timothy Wu Julius Silver Professor of Law, Science and Technology
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“Immigrants do not uproot their lives and cross state borders to access health care, even at critical life moments, such as pregnancy and childhood development, and even if health care benefits across state lines are more comprehensive,” Jonathan Miller of the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General in Boston and Elora Mukherjee of the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School in New York City write in an editorial accompanying the study.
[Note: This article appeared in multiple media outlets worldwide.]

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Elora Mukherjee Jerome L. Greene Clinical Professor of Law