Vanderbilt University School of Law
Historically, markets have almost always fallen short of satisfying the conditions for and providing consumers with the benefits of perfect competition. Certain characteristics of electronic markets, however, enhance the possibility that e-commercel will be conducted in an environment that comes closer to attaining the perfectly competitive ideal than that of most conventional markets.
Shaping Competition on the Internet: Who Owns Product and Pricing Information
Vanderbilt Law Review
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