Legal Scholarship
 

Title

Competition Policy in the E-commerce Marketplace; Will the Economics of the Information Age Foster More Monopolies and Should Anyone Care?

Abstract

The article explores the possibility that the economics of many information age markets may foster self-organizing monopolies, in contrast to most industrial age markets in which monopolies are rare and are usually obtained or maintained through anti-competitive acts, or are the result of government action (as is the case for utilities or patent based businesses).

Publication Date

1-1-2001

Journal Title

New Hampshire Bar Journal

Document Type

Article