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By Frederic Jenny
The Court of First Instance’s Microsoft decision provided the Court with an opportunity to express its views on several aspects of the current debate on the interpretation of Article 82 of the EC Treaty.
By Denis Waelbroeck
The judgment of the European Court of First Instance in Microsoft raises several issues. In this article, we will look in particular at the main findings regarding the two abuses (refusals to license and product integration).
By Bo Vesterdorf
Competition Policy International (CPI), Vol. 1, No. 2, Autumn 2005, pp. 3-27. CPI is a peer-reviewed, academic journal (print ISSN 1554-0189; online ISSN 1554-6853) that covers competition law, economics, and policy.
By Herbert Hovenkamp
Competition Policy International (CPI), Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2006, pp. 3-27. CPI is a peer-reviewed, academic journal (print ISSN 1554-0189; online ISSN 1554-6853) that covers competition law, economics, and policy.
By Dennis Carlton
Competition Policy International (CPI), Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2007, pp. 3-27. CPI is a peer-reviewed, academic journal (print ISSN 1554-0189; online ISSN 1554-6853) that covers competition law, economics, and policy.
Competition Policy International (CPI), Vol. 3, No. 2, Autumn 2007, pp. 3-23. CPI is a peer-reviewed, academic journal (print ISSN 1554-0189; online ISSN 1554-6853) that covers competition law, economics, and policy.
By David Evans, Richard Schmalensee
Many diverse industries are populated by businesses that operate “two-sided platforms.” These businesses serve distinct groups of customers who need each other in some way, and the core business of the two-sided platform is to provide a common (real or virtual) meeting place and to facilitate interactions between members of the two distinct customer groups.