Elhauge on Tying: Vindicated by History

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Barak D. Richman

Duke University, School of Law

Steven Usselman

Georgia Institute of Technology

Date Written: Spring 2014

Abstract

This essay, part of a symposium honoring the scholarship of Einer Elhauge, reviews the Department of Justice's several antitrust claims against IBM in the Twentieth Century. It observes that the consequences of Justices' successful actions offer empirical support to Professor Elhauge's assault against the Single Monopoly Theory and his efforts to revive tying claims.

Keywords: antitrust, tying, IBM

JEL Classification: K21, L43, N82

Suggested Citation

Richman, Barak D. and Usselman, Steven, Elhauge on Tying: Vindicated by History (Spring 2014). Tulsa Law Review, Vol. 49, No. 3, 2014, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2775311

Barak D. Richman (Contact Author)

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Steven Usselman

Georgia Institute of Technology ( email )

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