The Microsoft Case

Author: William H. Page
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226644650
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This ambitious book is essential reading for business, law, and economics scholars as well as anyone else interested in the ways that technology, economics, and antitrust law have interacted in the digital age. “This book will become the ...

Journal Of Economic Literature

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William H. and Lopatka, John E. The Microsoft Case: Antitrust, High Technology,
and Consumer Welfare. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2007.
Pp. xiv, 347. $45.00. ISBN 978-0-226-64463-9. JEL 2007-1393 Examines the
events leading up to the Microsoft antitrust case and the myriad decisions the
litigation has produced, focusing on its implications for antitrust law. Describes
the legal and economic context in which the case arose and considers the events
that ...

Annual Proceedings Of The Fordham Competition Law Institute

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'*1 See Spulber, Competition Policy and the Incentive to Innovate: the Dynamic
Effects of Microsoft v. Commission, 25(2) YaleJ. on Reg., Summer 2008,
forthcoming. 7" See Page & Lopatka, The Microsoft Case, Antitrust, High
Technology and Consumer Welfare (The University of Chicago Press 2007). 71
See Bittlingmayer & Hazlett, DOS Kapital: Has Antitrust Action Against Microsoft
Created Value in the Computer lndustry?, available at SSRN. Commission's
decision prohibiting GSK ...

Michigan Law Review

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... of antitrust enforcement where dominant firms seemed to be punished for their
legitimate business success. See WILLIAM H. PAGE & John E. LOPATKA, THE
WELFARE 14–22 (2007). 184. See WHOIS/IPWHOIS Lookup Results for Google.
com, DNSSTUFF: http:// (last visited Oct. 1 1, 2012). 185. Victor Navasky, AOL-Time Warner
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The Aals Directory Of Law Teachers

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in-Law, Columbia, 1979-80; Assoc., Donovan, Leisure, Newton & Irvine, NY,
1980-82: Ass't Prof., Assoc. Prof., Illinois, 1982-88; Ass't Dir., Ping., FTC, Bur. of
Competition, DC, 1987-91; Prof., South Carolina, 1991-94; Alumni Prof., 1994-06;
Prof., Penn State - Dickinson, since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Antitrust;
Law & Economics; Regulated Industries; Torts. The Microsoft Case: Antitrust,
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S. Uppal, SUNT at Albany 45-2722 KF228 2006-36166 CIP Page, William H. The
Microsoft case: antitrust, high technology, and consumer welfare, by William H.
Page and John E. Lopatka. Chicago, 2007. 347p bibl index afp ISBN
0226644634, $45.00; ISBN 9780226644639, $45.00 The Sherman Act's Section
2 ( 1890) forbids monopolizing; the central issue is whether the alleged
monopolist's market activities benefit or harm consumers. Should companies that
introduce new ...

Competition Law And Consumer Protection

Author: Katalin Judit Cseres
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
ISBN: 9041123806
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The first major antitrust test of the new economy, Microsoft produced important
implications for future antitrust law enforcement in high-technology markets. The
case proved that traditional antitrust still matters. Both Kodak andMicrosoft
indicated a more careful application of economic theories in antitrust litigation.
They showed that Chicago School arguments have to be checked and balanced
against the reality of the market. Post-Chicago arguments provide here useful

Dynamic Competition And Public Policy

Author: Jerome Ellig
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521782500
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Scholars explore antitrust issues as these relate to dynamic industry competition and public policy.