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Posts by Joshua Gans
Professor Joshua Gans, University of Toronto, explores the business of publishers imposing download restrictions on e-devices and questions who gains what with this practice: lock customers in to the hardware’s app store? prevent piracy?
Professor Joshua Gans, Rotman School of Management, takes a look at Friday’s verdict in the Apple-Samsung trial.
Professor Joshua Gans, Rotman School of Management, examines the impact of a service AT&T is developing that would let developers foot the bill for data usage in its apps.
Joshua Gans takes a close look at the recent news that the European Commission has launched an investigation into possible anti-competitive practices in eBook publishing.
Professor Joshua Gans, University of Toronto, takes a look at the recent news of Bank of America’s decision to charge consumers for debit card transactions. Looking at it from a net neutrality perspective, he compares BofA’s debit charges to a potential scenario with ISPs charging consumers for their Netflix viewing.
Joshua Gans examines iTunes in the Cloud.
Economics professor Joshua Gans explains the antitrust concerns underlying the terms Apple Inc. set recently for media companies wanting to sell their content on its popular iPad.
Economics professor Joshua Gans looks into Google’s accusations that Bing ‘copied’ its search results. In this a case of imitation or optimizing product design?
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