Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
After two conferences in the last three weeks of primarily European professors in both law and economics, I have noticed nobody from Europe who shows a proclivity to Chicago School antitrust analysis. Because of the blog, I read lots of abstracts and skim through many papers. Perhaps I am missing someone but is there anybody who is a full time European professor (the practitioner lecturers/professors may be beholden to their client's beliefs in their writings so I will only count full time academics) who uses the Chicago School (or Chicago/Harvard double helix) as the baseline for their analysis or is everyone either post-Chicago or just non-Chicago (the latter a category I just made up of people who use a framework divorced from price theory)?