Ecoantitrust is a comprehensive approach to analyzing and regulating digital platforms that uses analogies between natural and digital ecosystems. This method takes into account the flexible and adaptive nature of digital ecosystems, capable of adapting to the smallest environmental and market changes.
The BRICS International Competition Law and Policy Centre is developing the ecoantitrust project together with the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).
Academics and experts from the fields of economics, ecology, biology, and competition law are involved in the development of the ecological method of antitrust regulation. The project participants actively engage with high level policy advisors, lawyers, and regulatory experts to regularly disseminate new findings and involve several experienced perspectives.