Fundamentals of Antitrust Economics Series
Hilton Americas Houston, 12 PM EST
Understanding basic economic principles is critical to antitrust analysis. In this series of brownbag programs, distinguished economists will teach basic economic principles related to antitrust analysis, including market definition, market power, competitive effects, and econometrics. The sessions will provide an introduction to concepts and techniques that appear repeatedly in the economic analysis of antitrust issues.
In this session, Dr. Valerie Suslow—Senior Associate Dean for MBA Programs, and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business—will discuss the concept of market power. Dr. Suslow will define market power and discuss why it is an important economic element of antitrust analysis.
* Robert McNary, Crowell & Moring
* Valerie Suslow, University of Michigan
Crowell & Moring
1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW,
FREE: Antitrust Section Members, Government, Nonprofit Employees and Students
$25.00: Other Non-Members
Learn about Section Membership or call 800-285-2221 to join with source code: RAT14IP25. Instructions for accessing the live program will be provided in a confirmation email. For this and all upcoming events visit: http://AmBar.org/ATEvents.
The ABA is not seeking CLE credit for this program.
Provided all releases are obtained, MP3 recordings of this program will be available to Section members on the Committee Program Audio page.