15 January 2005

Tying and bundling – cause for complaint?

This Brief explores some economic and policy issues raised by tying and bundling in the context of abuse of dominance investigations, focusing in particular on the role that third party complaints play in the analysis. Interest in the treatment of this subject under European competition law has recently been renewed by the Commission’s decision in the Article 82 case against Microsoft.

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