Legal and Economic Analysis of a Transatlantic Antitrust Case
Edited by Luca Rubini
This fascinating and highly relevant book facilitates discussion on the difficult technical, legal and economic issues with respect to innovation, competition and welfare raised, through the span of more than a decade, by the US and EC Microsoft antitrust cases. It assesses their impact on the evolution of European and US laws on competition and intellectual property in the IT sector and beyond.
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- Microsoft on Trial Legal and Economic Analysis of a Transatlantic Antitrust Case
- Chapter 1: The Basic Technology Issues at Stake
- Chapter 2: Windows into the World of Abuse of Dominance: An Analysis of the Commission’s 2004 Microsoft Decision and the CFI’s 2007 Judgment
- Chapter 3: Victa Placet Mihi Causa: The Compulsory Licensing Part of the Microsoft Case
- Chapter 4: The Microsoft Windows Media Player Tying Case
- Chapter 5: The Microsoft Case: You Reap what you Sow?
- Chapter 6: The Microsoft Chronicles
- Chapter 7: Microsoft v Commission and the Interoperability Issue
- Chapter 8: The EC Microsoft Case and Duty to Deal: The Transatlantic Divide
- Chapter 9: Microsoft v Commission: Interoperability, Emerging Standards and Innovation in the Software Industry
- Chapter 10: Tying, Technological Integration and Article 82 EC Treaty: Where do we go after the Microsoft Case?
- Chapter 11: Economic Aspects of the Microsoft Case: Networks, Interoperability and Competition
- Chapter 12: Microsoft v Commission: A Pricing Perspective on Non-Price Abuses
- Chapter 13: The Quest for Appropriate Remedies in the EC Microsoft Cases: A Comparative Appraisal
- Chapter 14: Beyond Microsoft: An International Agreement on Abuse of Market Power?
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