Rachel Chiu is a resident fellow at the Committee for Justice, where she focuses on competition, technology, and regulatory policy, and she regularly appears in broadcast media to discuss issues such as the legal status of affirmative action.
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a lawsuit to block the JetBlue and Spirit Airlines merger, saying it will hurt consumers.
But some experts see this move as the Biden administration, yet again, using antitrust to remedy a problem it is ill-suited to solve.
Rachel Chiu is a resident fellow at the Committee for Justice, where she focuses on competition, technology, and regulatory policy.
If the DOJ wants to alleviate issues such as rising fares and deteriorating service, it should promote competition rather than restrict it. Ultimately, regulators have decided that the quantity of players in the airline industry is more important than competitive strength. That’s good news for the Big Four (American Airlines, Delta, Southwest, and United), less so for consumers.
You can read her full bio and watch his previous clips here: https://www.young-voices.com/advocate/rachel-chiu/