November 25, 2019

#17 What’s the State of Things: 3 Things I Keep, 3 Things I Change (with Diana Moss)

In our “Three to Keep, Three to Change” series, we ask antitrust thought leaders a simple yet provocative question. What three things do you like about antitrust law and would keep, and what three things would you change? In this episode, Diana Moss–an economist, former regulator, and current President of the American Antitrust Institute–speaks with John Roberti and Tammy Zhu about the states’ challenge of the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, gender diversity in antitrust law, role of economists in a shifting antitrust landscape, and more. Listen to this episode for an entertaining and wide-ranging discussion of everything from the role of antitrust enforcement in digital platforms to “verticalization.”

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Diana Moss, President, American Antitrust Institute and Adjunct Professor of Economics, University of Colorado at Boulder

Related Links:

Merger Enforcement Big Tech
CVS Aetna AAI Letter
AAI USAir AA Efficiencies

Hosted by:

John Roberti, Partner, Allen & Overy LLP and Tammy Zhu, Legal Counsel, Medallia