This insightful analysis is both an excellent introduction to the complexities of antitrust law and a thoughtful discussion of the ideological disagreements involving competition policy. The concluding chapter, addressing lessons from the Microsoft cases, is especially compelling.—Choice—
…the book is important and valuable for those interested in the economics of antitrust enforcement in high-technology industries. (…) The authors have it right when they claim that the actions of Microsoft brought to the public’s eye some of the most advanced doctrinal, economic, and institutional facets of modern antitrust enforcement. The book is uniquely successful in bringing all of those issues to our attention.
—Journal of Economic Literature