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Professor John Kwoka Discusses Google’s Monopoly Trial

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John Kwoka, the Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics, provides insightful commentary in a recent NPR article covering Google’s groundbreaking monopoly trial.

The trial, which marks a significant moment in modern antitrust history, revolves around allegations of Google’s illegal use of its monopoly power in the search engine market. The government claims that Google’s exclusive agreements with device manufacturers and carriers stifle competition, leaving consumers with limited choices.

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