June 17, 2009
Are There Any Chicago School European Competition Law or Econ Professors?
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)?
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He's a Doctor of Law from Aix en Provence (France).
He's Greek but now works at the CFIEC in Luxembourg.
Posted by: ChicChoc | Jun 18, 2009 1:52:21 AM
This speaks to the problem I raised. He works for the Court of First Instance and is not a full time academic. Is there even one full time academic in Europe who can be identified as Chicago School?
Posted by: D. Daniel Sokol | Jun 18, 2009 2:56:20 AM
try Espen Moen and Christian Riis at Norwegian School of Management.
Posted by: Didier Graux | Jun 18, 2009 6:42:54 AM