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Competing Through Innovation

Technology Strategy and Antitrust Policies David J. Teece, Thomas W. Tusher Professor in Global Business and Faculty Director, Institute for Business Innovation, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley and Chairman, Berkeley Research Group, LLC, US
This cohesive collection brings together David J. Teece’s most important work on the nexus of innovation and competition policy. He was one of the first to flag the importance of innovation issues to competition policy 25 years ago. He has also pioneered the application of economic and organizational principles to issues in the management of innovation.
Extent: 520 pp
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Publication Date: 2013
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Organisational Innovation
  • Economics and Finance
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Innovation and Technology
  • Economics of Innovation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Organisational Innovation
This cohesive collection brings together David J. Teece’s most important work on the nexus of innovation and competition policy. He was one of the first to flag the importance of innovation issues to competition policy 25 years ago. He has also pioneered the application of economic and organizational principles to issues in the management of innovation.

Throughout these essays, Professor Teece shows how technological advances, the advent of the Internet and other recent shifts in the global business landscape have placed businesses in a radically altered situation from even just a few decades ago. He clearly elucidates the need for both businesses and policymakers to adapt to this rapidly evolving landscape by embracing and fostering next-generation competition policies. Topics discussed include antitrust policy, technology strategies, competition policy, market power and intellectual property issues.

Students and professors of business and management, innovation studies, intellectual property and competition lawyers will find this volume a critical asset to their work. Policymakers and regulators will also benefit immensely from this lucid and comprehensive collection.
Contents:

Acknowledgements

Preface

Introduction: Next-Generation Competition: New Concepts for Understanding How Innovation Shapes Competition and Policy in the Digital Economy David J. Teece

PART I INNOVATION, MARKET DEFINITION AND MONOPOLY
1. David J. Teece (2003), ‘The Strategic Management of Technology and Intellectual Property’
2. Thomas M. Jorde, J. Gregory Sidak and David J. Teece (2000), ‘Innovation, Investment, and Unbundling’
3. David J. Teece and Mary Coleman (1998), ‘The Meaning of Monopoly: Antitrust Analysis in High-Technology Industries’
4. J. Gregory Sidak and David J. Teece (2009), ‘Dynamic Competition in Antitrust Law’

PART II INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND ANTITRUST ISSUES
5. Deepak Somaya, David Teece and Simon Wakeman (2011), ‘Innovation in Multi-Invention Contexts: Mapping Solutions to Technological and Intellectual Property Complexity’
6. David J. Teece and Edward F. Sherry (2003), ‘Standards Setting and Antitrust’
7. Edward F. Sherry and David J. Teece (2000), ‘The Misuse Doctrine: An Economic Reassessment’

PART III APPLYING ANTITRUST PRINCIPLES
8. Thomas M. Jorde and David J. Teece (1993), ‘Rule of Reason Analysis of Horizontal Arrangements: Agreements Designed to Advance Innovation and Commercialize Technology’
9. Christopher Pleatsikas and David Teece (2001), ‘Economic Fallacies Encountered in the Law of Antitrust: Illustrations from Australia and New Zealand’
10. Christopher Pleatsikas and David Teece (2001), ‘The Analysis of Market Definition and Market Power in the Context of Rapid Innovation’
11. J. Gregory Sidak and David J. Teece (2010), ‘Innovation Spillovers and the “Dirt Road” Fallacy: The Intellectual Bankruptcy of Banning Optional Transactions for Enhanced Delivery over the Internet’