51 Antitrust Bull. [i] (2006)

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Bulletin
VOL. 51, NO. 1/SPRING 2006
Contents
SPECIAL ISSUE: COMPLEXITY, NETWORKS, AND THE
MODERNIZATION OF ANTITRUST
Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer, Guest Editors
Complexity, Networks, and the Modernization of
Antitrust: The American Antitrust Institute's
Roundtable on the Science of Complexity and Antitrust  1
By Gregory T. Gundlach and Albert A. Foer
Complexity Science and Antitrust?                   17
By Gregory T. Gundlach
Business Ecosystems and the View From the Firm      31
By James F. Moore
The Information Technology Ecosystem: Structure,
Health, and Performance                             77
By Marco Iansiti and Gregory L. Richards
The Evolvability of Business and the Role of Antitrust  111
By Ian F. Wilkinson
Business Relationships and Networks: Consequences
for Economic Policy                                143
By Hdkan Hdkansson
Complexity, Diversity, and Antitrust               165
By Joseph Farrell
Competing, Countervailing, and Coalescing Forces: The
Economics of Intra- and Inter-Business System Competition 175
By Paul W Dobson

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