The Lessons from Microsoft

Carlton, Dennis W.
January 2001
Business Economics;Jan2001, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p47
Academic Journal
Examines the lessons economists can draw from the litigation of Microsoft Corporation. How strategy behavior involving tie-in sales and exclusionary acts can be used in a dynamic network industry; Complications for antitrust policy that Microsoft's conduct; Proposed remedy in the antitrust case.


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