The Role of Patents in two US Monopolization Cases
AbstractThe histories of two 'great' US monopolization cases involving high-technology monopolies are summarized in this article. Its foci are the practices that led to antitrust intervention, the timeliness of antitrust challenges, how the relevant authorities evaluated the role that innovation played as a possible explanation for monopoly, the remedies applied, and how those remedies affected incentives for continuing technological progress.
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Volume (Year): 12 (2005)
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