The Law and Economics
Friday, May 5, 2000
Greenberg Lounge, Vanderbilt Hall
Organizer: Professor Nicholas Economides
This conference examined the legal and economic
issues arising from the United States v. Microsoft antitrust trial. Prominent
legal and economics scholars and practitioners analyzed the application
of antitrust law in the Microsoft case, and drew conclusions on the application
of antitrust law and its business implications in the software industry
and other network industries.
A Realmedia streaming videotape of the entire conference can be viewed below . For your convenience it has been divided into sections approximately 55-minutes in length. The newest version of the free Basic RealPlayer is required.
Jointly sponsored by
Stern School of Business and the NYU
The Center for Law and Business The Salomon Center The Center for Information Intensive OrganizationsThe Economics Department