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Product Hopping and the Limits of Antitrust: The Danger of Micromanaging Innovation

Douglas Ginsburg, Koren Wong-Ervin and Joshua Wright

Antitrust Chronicle, 2015, vol. 12

Abstract: While it is plausible that product hopping may under narrowly defined circumstances constitute exclusionary conduct, applying a standard antitrust law analysis (with the possibility of treble damages) is likely to deter innovation that would have benefitted consumers. Douglas H. Ginsburg, Koren W. Wong-Ervin, & Joshua D. Wright (George Mason University School of Law)

JEL-codes: K21 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2015
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