Leonard Treuren

Leonard Treuren is a doctoral candidate in economics at the University of Amsterdam and the Tinbergen Institute. He works in industrial organization and has studied bidding rings in auctions, market power in labor markets, and public interest cartels. He is on track to start as a post-doc at the KU Leuven in the coming academic year.

Green Antitrust: Why Would Restricting Competition Induce Sustainability Efforts?

While “green” antitrust is gaining momentum, its key premise—that restricting competition would incentivize companies to jointly take more sustainability initiatives—finds little or no ground...

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