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How Economics Can Improve Antitrust Doctrine towards Tie-In Sales: Comment on Jean Tirole's "The Analysis of Tying Cases"

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  • Michael Waldman
  • Dennis Carlton

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Tirole has written an excellent primer focused on what is known about tying and what he believes is desirable antitrust policy concerning the practice. Although the authors agree with most of Tirole’s arguments, there are two topics for which our perspective is somewhat different.

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  • Unknown & Michael Waldman & Dennis Carlton, 2005. "How Economics Can Improve Antitrust Doctrine towards Tie-In Sales: Comment on Jean Tirole's "The Analysis of Tying Cases"," CPI Journal, Competition Policy International, vol. 1.
  • Handle: RePEc:cpi:cpijrn:1.1.2005:i=4864
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    1. Dennis W. Carlton, 2007. "Does Antitrust Need to be Modernized?," Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Economic Association, vol. 21(3), pages 155-176, Summer.

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