Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and the Information Age
University of Colorado Law School
November 28, 2010
Journal of Telecommunications and High Technology Law, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2011
This Essay makes the case for antitrust enforcement as a critical part of innovation policy and catalyzing entrepreneurship. It begins by explaining how innovation and entrepreneurship are drivers of economic growth and pillars of any effective economic strategy. With respect to antitrust enforcement and competition policy, it highlights the role that antitrust can play in opening up markets and addressing bottleneck monopolies, such as those at issue in the Microsoft and AT&T cases. It also explains that the most nettlesome challenge of such enforcement is devising appropriate and effective remedies, suggesting a few strategies to address that challenge.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 14
Keywords: innovation policy, entrepreneurship, antitrust remedies
JEL Classification: L51, L96, O31
Date posted: November 28, 2010
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