Wednesday, September 3, 2008
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
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I am conducting a survey of non-government antitrust practitioners (including practitioners with law firms and in-house) who undertake antitrust work in the United States to better understand how antitrust law shapes compliance. Because of the empirical gap in our knowledge about behavior outside of court cases, this survey has important policy and research implications. Please take 8-12 minutes to fill out this survey.
Updated on August 7
If you are a non-government practitioner (with a law firm or in-house) who has an antitrust practice in the United States, I ask that you take this survey. The more responses that I can collect, the larger the survey population and the more meaningful the results will be.
Updated on September 3
This sort of survey has never been undertaken on such a scale. Particularly given a transition to a new President this coming year, this survey has potentially important ramifications. Please take some time out of your busy schedule to take the survey. If I get lots more responses, I promise to stop posting these reminders.