44 Antitrust Bull. [i] (1999)

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Bulletin
VOL. XLIV, NO. 1/SPRING 1999
Contents
Part I: Antitrust: On the Cutting Edge
Roger D. Blair and Jeffrey L. Harrison, Guest Editors
Antitrust: On the Cutting Edge                         1
By Roger D. Blair and Jeffrey L. Harrison
Microsoft and the Public Choice Critique
of Antitrust                                           5
By William H. Page
Monopoly Bundling in Cyberspace: How Many
Products Does Microsoft Sell?                         65
By Alan J. Meese
Managed Care and the Questionable Relevance
of Maricopa                                          117
By Jill Boylston Herndon and John E. Lopatka
The Pass-on Problem in Indirect Purchaser
Class Litigation                                     179
By Chris S. Coutroulis and D. Matthew Allen
Intellectual Property and the Essential
Facilities Doctrine                                  211
By Thomas F Cotter

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