Antitrust After Microsoft: The Obsolescence of Antitrust in the Digital Era

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Kopel (a researcher for the Heartland Institute) draws lessons from the Microsoft case and applies them to anti-trust laws on the whole. He describes the impact of emerging technologies, the shifts created by new competitors, the details of the Microsoft case, and its relationship to business practices and politics. His argument is deeply suspicious of government regulation of business, especially the regulation of communication technology. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Antitrust After Microsoft: The Obsolescence of Antitrust in the Digital Era 2001, Heartland Institute

ISBN-13: 9780963202758

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