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Disruptive innovations raise questions for competition law enforcement, for instance when considering mergers between disruptive innovators and incumbents, or exclusionary conduct by incumbents against innovators. Incumbents not only have an incentive to destroy an innovation by merger or exclusion, but might also inadvertently kill it through acquisition. This presentation on Competition and Disruptive Innovation was made by Antonio Gomes, Head of the OECD Competition Division was made at the 7th ASEAN Competition Conference held in Malaysia in 8-9 March - http://7thacc.com/.
Find out more about OECD work on competition law and policy http://www.oecd.org/daf/competition/