Nine experts cited among the world’s most influential competition scholars.
Global Competition Review (GCR) has recognised nine Cornerstone Research affiliated experts in its inaugural list of Antitrust Academics, which profiles twenty-five of the world’s top competition economics scholars. Those named are renowned for their expertise and research across a range of disciplines and specialities.
These experts conduct academic research of enormous ongoing relevance to the global competition policy community, and this recognition is a testament to the insights they bring to cutting-edge antitrust issues.
‘Individually and collectively, these outstanding academics have made important contributions to competition law and economics,’ said Kostis Hatzitaskos, vice president and co-head of the antitrust and competition practice at Cornerstone Research. ‘They provide significant leadership and insight in the study of antitrust, and we congratulate them on this well-deserved honour.’
- John Asker
University of California, Los Angeles
- Kenneth G. Elzinga
University of Virginia
- Gautam Gowrisankaran
- Scott Hemphill
School of Law, New York University
- Margaret K. Kyle
- Nathan Miller
McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
- Aviv Nevo
The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
- William P. Rogerson
- Andrew Sweeting
University of Maryland, College Park
‘These experts conduct academic research of enormous ongoing relevance to the global competition policy community,’ added Liam Colley, senior vice president and head of Cornerstone Research’s European competition practice. ‘This wonderful recognition is a testament to the impact of their work and the insights they bring to cutting-edge antitrust issues.’