46 Antitrust Bull. [i] (2001)

handle is hein.journals/antibull46 and id is 1 raw text is: 'ie
Symposium: Economists Examine Microsoft-Its Concepts,
Findings, and Remedies
William S. Comanor, Guest Editor
U.S. v. Microsoft-An Economic Analysis                 1
By Franklin M. Fisher and Daniel L. Rubinfeld
Did Microsoft Engage in Anticompetitive
Exclusionary Behavior?                                73
By Benjamin Klein
The Problem of Remedy in Monopolization Cases:
The Microsoft Case as an Example                     115
By William S. Comanor
The Flawed Fragmentation Critique of Structural
Remedies in the Microsoft Case                       135
By Robert J. Levinson, R. Craig Romaine
and Steven C. Salop

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