In winners losers microsoft competition and antitrust in high technology stanley liebowitz and stephen margolis examine the theory and evidence of path dependence and assess whether microsoft and other highly successful high technology companies have made use of lock in their conclusions are surprising. The fascinating history and analysis in winners losers and microsoft can guide us toward a better understanding of the newer forms of competition that have been mainly responsible for the success of the modern american economy in recent decades jack hirshleifer professor of economics university of california los angeles. Winners losers and microsoft competition and antitrust in high technology stan j liebowitz and stephen e margolis 1999 pp 288 high developmen t or sunk cos ts at the onset of pro . Few issues in the high technology field are as divisive as the raging debate over competition innovation and antitrust why do certain products and technologies become dominant while others fail is there something about high technology that makes markets less dependable at choosing goods and . Winners losers and microsoft competition and antitrust in high technology revised edition oakland the winners in the high tech world have not won by chance but rather by the choices of consumers in an open market a responsible examination of the historical record provides
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