Competition Law, Innovation and Antitrust: An Analysis of Tying and Technological Integration
. . . a must-read for anyone wanting to study tying in more detail. . . the book offers a very thorough analysis of tying, together with some recommended improvements to the way in which tying is currently assessed under the EU and the US antitrust rules.
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