Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps

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Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps. / Bergqvist, Christian; Faustinelli, Elisa.

In: Competition Law Insight, 30.06.2020.

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Bergqvist, C & Faustinelli, E 2020, 'Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps', Competition Law Insight.

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Bergqvist, C., & Faustinelli, E. (2020). Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps. Competition Law Insight.

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Bergqvist C, Faustinelli E. Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps. Competition Law Insight. 2020 Jun 30.

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Bergqvist, Christian ; Faustinelli, Elisa. / Multi-sided platforms - The legal implications of definitional gaps. In: Competition Law Insight. 2020.

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