ECOANTITRUST initiative began in November 2020 with an aim to advance a holistic, systems-based understanding of the digitalised platform economy. By understanding the phenomena of digitalisation using systems analysis, complex sciences, and economics, ECOANTITRUST provides a new scope of knowledge for such systems and thereby develop unique insights into the rise of powerful Big Tech firms, digital start-ups, and online platforms all known as digital platform ecosystems.
ECOANTITRUST is transdisciplinary; the initiative involves academics and experts from the fields of economics, ecology, biology, competition law, and more. The initiative also engages with high level policy advisors, lawyers, and regulatory experts to regularly disseminate new findings and involve several experienced perspectives.
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