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JOEBM 2024 Vol.12(2): 176-180
DOI: 10.18178/joebm.2024.12.2.793

The Challenge of Monopoly Regulation in Platform Economy

Zuo Jiale
School of Economics, Nanjing Audit University, Nanjing, China
Email: Z1754508201@gmail.com (Z.J.L.)

Manuscript received March 14, 2024; revised March 29, 2024; accepted April 20, 2024; published May 9, 2024.

Abstract—With the rapid development of the new generation of digital information technology, the platform economy has begun to flourish, and various platforms have exerted a subtle influence on people’s life. Because the platform has the characteristics of double and multilateral market attributes, scale economy, network effect and lock-in effect, the platform economy is more likely to produce monopoly problems in the market competition. By systematically sorting out the relevant literature, this paper summarizes the characteristics of the platform economy and the current challenges to the anti-monopoly of the platform economy, and puts forward the relevant enlightenment of governance.

Keywords—platform economy, digital economy, monopoly regulation

Cite: Zuo Jiale, "The Challenge of Monopoly Regulation in Platform Economy," Journal of Economics, Business and Management, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 176-180, 2024.

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