Thursday, October 16, 2008
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
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. The survey will close at the end of this month.
THIS IS THE FINAL REQUEST THAT I WILL MAKE FOR THE SURVEY.
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. So far 231 people have taken the survey. If you read this blog and are a practitioner, please take this survey. Make sure that all other antitrust practitioners in your law firm or company with a US practice take this survey too, so please forward this message to them.