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


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).

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New Hampshire Bar Journal

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