Business Ecosystems and the View from the Firm

  title={Business Ecosystems and the View from the Firm},
  author={James F. Moore},
  journal={The Antitrust Bulletin},
  pages={31 - 75}
For more than sixty years, markets and hierarchies have dominated our thinking about economic organization.' This article suggests that a third form, the ecosystem organizational form, has now become so important in practice that it should be accorded equal recognition in theory and in policymaking. Markets, hierarchies, and ecosystems are the three pillars of modern business thinking and should provide the foundation for competition policy, regulation, and antitrust actions. I am pleased to… Expand
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