University of California-Los Angeles,
Department and Affiliations
Department of Economics
Area(s) of Expertise
- Stephen E. Margolis, “The Profits of Infringement: Richard Posner v. Learned Hand,” Berkeley Technology Law Journal, forthcoming.
- Stanley J. Liebowitz, and Stephen J. Margolis, “Bundles of Joy: The Ubiquity and Efficiency of Bundles in New Technology Markets,” Journal of Competition Law and Economics. forthcoming
- Stan J. Liebowitz and Stephen E. Margolis, “Seventeen Famous Economists Weigh in on Copyright: The Role of Theory, Empirics, and Network Effects,” Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Spring 2005.
- Liebowitz, Stan J. and Stephen E. Margolis, The Economics of Qwerty: Papers by Stan Liebowitz and Stephen Margolis, edited by Peter Lewin, MacMillan/NYU Press, 2002.
- Liebowitz, Stan J. and Stephen E. Margolis, “Network Effects and the Microsoft Case,” Dynamic Competition and Public Policy: Technology, Innovation and Antitrust Issues. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
- Liebowitz, Stan J. and Stephen E. Margolis, Winners, Losers and Microsoft: Competition and Antitrust in High Technology. Independent Institute, Oakland, 1999.
- Liebowitz, Stan J. and Stephen E. Margolis, “Should Technology Choice be a Concern for Antitrust Policy?” Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Summer 1996: 283-318.
- Margolis, Stephen E. with S.J. Liebowitz, “ Path Dependence, Lock-in and History,” Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, Summer, 1995: 205-26.
- Liebowitz, S.J. and Stephen E. Margolis, “Network Externalities: An Uncommon Tragedy,” Journal of Economic Perspectives, Spring 1994: 133-50.
- Liebowitz, S. J. and Stephen E. Margolis, “The Fable of the Keys,” Journal of Law and Economics, 1990, 33: 1-27.
- Margolis, Stephen, “Monopolistic Competition and Multiproduct Brand Names,” Journal of Business, 1989, 62:, 199-210.