The tricky business of regulating disruptors3 min read 25 Aug 2016, 11:09 PM IST
A harsh approach can impede the 'Schumpeterian waves' of innovation
In a famous verdict by a US court in 2000, Microsoft was found guilty of using anticompetitive means to monopolize the web browser market. While this case subsequently went into an appeal and finally a court settlement, a plethora of such cases have now been decided by courts and regulators across the world. But the question which has still not been answered satisfactorily is: Where do we draw the line between anticompetitive and good business practices?
Select your Category