Winners, Losers & Microsoft: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology
Independent Institute, Mar 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 325 pages
Few issues in high technology are as divisive as the current debate over competition, innovation, and antitrust. Analyzing famous examples of economic “lock-in” by dominant corporations of supposedly inferior products, this book makes the case that free markets in high technology industry deliver better products to consumers, at lower prices, without government intervention. This publication's careful scholarship, well-founded hypotheses, and refutations of previously accepted theories—extending far beyond the Microsoft case—make this publication a vital piece of understanding for the future of technology and economics.
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Review: Winners, Losers & Microsoft: Competition And Antitrust In High TechnologyUser Review - Khamael Al Safi - Goodreads
Good examples and illustrations for understanding the importance networks in organisational economics. Otherwise, a bit dry. Read full review
Review: Winners, Losers & Microsoft: Competition And Antitrust In High TechnologyUser Review - David - Goodreads
This is a pretty darn interesting read, written in a time where people were convinced Microsoft was going to take over the world. Guess not. Worked very well in my senior seminar. Read full review