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Noskova, Victoriia;
The economics of data and competition in the digital era: challenges to competition policy and regulation. - Ilmenau : Universitätsbibliothek, 2024. - 1 Online-Ressource (VI, 56 Seiten)
Technische Universität Ilmenau, Dissertation 2024

Die Dissertation liefert eine ökonomische Analyse datenbezogener Wettbewerbsfragen und reflektiert die diesbezüglichen Herausforderungen für Wettbewerbspolitik und Regulierung. Der Aufbau der Arbeit gliedert sich in zwei Teile, die jeweils eine Systematisierung des aktuellen Wissensstandes und dessen Reflexion in Märkten für soziale Netzwerke, Videowerbung und virtuelle Assistenten bieten. Das zweite Kapitel gibt einen allgemeinen Überblick über typische Geschäftsmodelle und Merkmale digitaler Märkte, das dritte Kapitel zeigt auf, wie sich die ermittelten Besonderheiten auf die Marktabgrenzung und die Festlegung des jeweiligen Konzepts der Macht digitaler Unternehmen, die Ermittlung von Schadenstheorien und die Anpassung neuer oder verbesserter Kartellrechtsinstrumente auswirken. Insgesamt leistet diese Dissertation wichtige Beiträge zur aktuellen Diskussion über den Wandel des Wettbewerbs im digitalen Zeitalter und die entsprechende Aktualisierung von Wettbewerbspolitik und Regulierung.



https://doi.org/10.22032/dbt.59684
Budzinski, Oliver;
Wettbewerb als Hypothesentest: Implikationen für die moderne Wettbewerbspolitik?. - In: Wettbewerb, Recht und Wirtschaftspolitik, (2024), S. 107-136

https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748943938-107
Budzinski, Oliver; Heine, Klaus; Stöhr, Annika
Einleitung: eine Festschrift für Wolfgang Kerber. - In: Wettbewerb, Recht und Wirtschaftspolitik, (2024), S. 9-20

https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748943938-9
Köpsell, Saskia; Oertel, Simon
Digitalization attempts in higher education: the role of imprinting and the effect of business departments. - In: Studies in higher education, ISSN 1470-174X, Bd. 0 (2024), 0, S. 1-19

In recent decades, higher education institutions (HEIs) have increasingly been exposed to a market logic that has led them to adopt structures and practices that are common in for-profit firms. In our study, we analyze how HEIs react to the increasing demands of digitalization and which factors explain the adoption of relevant structures. Based on 379 HEIs in Germany, our findings show that imprinting is of great importance for the implementation of a position for digitalization - that is, HEIs founded in a more recent phase of higher education in Germany are more likely to create a leadership position for digitalization. At the same time, we find that imprinting has no effect on the creation of more operational positions for digitalization but that the existence of a business department in HEIs has a positive effect. We discuss these findings in the context of higher education research and questions about factors influencing the adoption of practices and structures in HEIs.



https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2024.2355349
Budzinski, Oliver;
Wettbewerb als Hypothesentest : Implikationen für die moderne Wettbewerbspolitik?. - Ilmenau : Ilmenau University of Technology, Institute of Economics, 2024. - 1 Online-Ressource (29 Seiten). - (Ilmenau economics discussion papers ; vol. 29, no. 190)

Der vorliegende Beitrag wendet die dynamische Wettbewerbstheorie von Wolfgang Kerber und anderen auf aktuelle Fragen der Wettbewerbspolitik an. Damit zeigt der Beitrag, dass dynamische Wettbewerbstheorien sehr wohl zu konkreten wettbewerbspolitischen Empfehlungen führen und einen wichtigen Beitrag zum wettbewerbspolitischen Diskurs leisten können. Zu den aufgegriffenen wettbewerbspolitischen Themen gehören der As-Efficient-Competitor-Test in der Missbrauchskontrolle, die Kontrolle und Regulierung systemischer Marktmacht in digitalen Ökosystemen, anlassunabhängige Wettbewerbspolitik und sanktionsbewehrte Sektoruntersuchungen, sowie die Fusionskontrolle nicht-horizontaler Zusammenschlüsse.



https://www.db-thueringen.de/receive/dbt_mods_00061468
Heine, Klaus; Budzinski, Oliver; Kerber, Wolfgang
Wettbewerb, Recht und Wirtschaftspolitik : Festschrift für Wolfgang Kerber
1. Auflage. - Baden-Baden : Nomos, 2024. - 1 Online-Ressource (349 Seiten). - (Wettbewerb und Regulierung von Märkten und Unternehmen ; Band 62) ISBN 978-3-7489-4393-8
Publikationsverzeichnis Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Kerber: Seite 331-349 ; Literaturangaben

https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748943938
Mause, Karsten; Schmal, Wolfgang Benedikt
Fußball : Fangewalt und Polizeikosten. - In: Wirtschaftsdienst, ISSN 1613-978X, Bd. 104 (2024), 5, S. 294

https://sciendo.com/pdf/10.2478/wd-2024-0080
Budzinski, Oliver; Stöhr, Annika
Perfect competition, market power, and contestability. - Ilmenau : Ilmenau University of Technology, Institute of Economics, 2024. - 1 Online-Ressource (34 Seiten). - (Ilmenau economics discussion papers ; vol. 29, no. 189)

The model of perfect competition is one of the most famous, most important, and most misunderstood concepts in economics. Rather than aiming to be a full-blown model of real-world competitive markets, the perfect competition model isolates the decentralized coordination mechanism inherent in all competitive markets. Coordinating supply and demand is not the only feature of market competition, but it plays a central role regarding to its virtues, and understanding the working mechanism of this coordination is valuable for economic thinking and economic theory. However, the implications of the perfect competition model for competition law and policy are limited. Market power is a multifaceted phenomenon that consists of several distinguishable types. This contribution explains absolute market power (single-firm monopoly and dominance), collective market power, relative market power, and systemic market power. Due to the possibility of merit-driven paths to market power positions (especially disruptive innovations), market power is difficult to prohibit – despite its welfare-reducing effects within the affected markets (anticompetitive effects) and in other parts of the economy and society (rent-seeking, lobbying, distributional issues). Therefore, competition policy usually focuses on preventing non-merit paths to market power (merger control) and on combating the (anticompetitive) abuse of market power. Contestability refers to the openness of markets. More specifically, it is the ability of companies to overcome barriers to entry and exit as well as to expansion on markets. While the original economic theory of contestability defines very strict conditions for perfectly contestable markets, antitrust has employed the term contestability in broader and in varying ways, emphasizing the role of potential competition and potential market entries to discipline the behavior of powerful incumbents on monopoly or dominance markets. Recently, contestability is rising to new prominence as a major goal of the European regulation of digital ecosystems.



https://www.db-thueringen.de/receive/dbt_mods_00061410
Hanson, Kenneth R.; Döring, Nicola; Walter, Roberto
Sex doll specifications versus human body characteristics. - In: Archives of sexual behavior, ISSN 1573-2800, Bd. 0 (2024), 0, insges. 9 S.

Sex dolls have been criticized for reproducing unrealistic expectations about human bodies. Yet precise sex doll measurements are lacking in the literature nor has there been any systematic attempt to determine the extent to which sex dolls exaggerate human characteristics. To address this gap, we compared the specifications of sex dolls marketed in the USA with the characteristics of women and men living in the USA. Specifically, we tested if and to what degree female dolls were slimmer (H1) and male dolls more muscular (H2) than female and male humans, respectively. Furthermore, we tested if and to what degree female dolls’ breasts (H3) and male dolls’ penises (H4) were larger than those of women and men. We also tested if sex dolls’ observed race/ethnicity was more often White than that of the US population (H5). In 2023, we collected the measures of all 757 full-body sex dolls marketed by the US retailer SexyRealSexDolls.com. Body measures from the US population were extracted from scientific literature. Descriptive and inferential statistical analyses were performed using R. All hypotheses were fully or partially confirmed, which indicated that sex dolls marketed in the USA are not realistic depictions of the US population but hypergendered (H1, H2), hypersexualized (H3, H4), and racially fetishized (H5). Implications of the lack of realism are discussed.



https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-024-02871-z
Döring, Nicola;
[Rezension von: Waling, Andrea, Exploring the cultural phenomenon of the dick pic]. - In: Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung. - Stuttgart : Thieme, 2001- , ISSN: 1438-9460 , ZDB-ID: 2073538-8Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung, ISSN 1438-9460, Bd. 0 (2024), 0

https://doi.org/10.1055/a-2285-1076