Focus Areas:    Amazon | Antitrust | Apple | Barrier to Entry | Collusion & Cartels | DOJ Antitrust Division | e-books | MFN | monopolization | publishing industry | vertical restraints

Day two of TOTM’s blog symposium on the Apple e-books antitrust case

The Apple E-Books Antitrust Case: Implications for Antitrust Law and for the Economy — Day 2

February 16, 2016

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We will have a few more posts today to round out the Apple e-books case symposium started yesterday.

You can find all of the current posts, and eventually all of the symposium posts, here. Yesterdays’ posts, in order of posting:

Look for posts a little later today from:

  • Tom Hazlett
  • Morgan Reed
  • Chris Sagers

And possibly a follow-up post or two from some of yesterday’s participants.

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