Not Proven: The DOJ suit Against Apple for eBook Pricing
Richard A. Epstein
April 12, 2012
With the death of Steve Jobs, Apple has lost much of its Teflon insulation from government action. Nowhere has this been more true than with today’s suit against Apple and five major publishers for price-fixing in the eBook market. Any charge of collusion always carries wit
UB Conference Honors Nobel Laureate and Former Faculty Member
University at Buffalo News Office
April 10, 2012
The University at Buffalo will honor Nobel Laureate Ronald Coase on May 12 at the Buffalo-Niagara Marriott from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. as part of a conference that pays tribute to his innovative work, especially over the last decade.
China's post-Mao market transformation is one of the most dramatic and momentous events of our time. It has lifted hundreds of millions out of extreme poverty, freed one fifth of humanity from ideological radicalism, revived one of the oldest civilizations, and inspired all of us to explore the benevolence of the market.