Join the Stigler Center for a conversation with Ido Baum (COLMAN), Sally Hubbard (Open Markets Institute), and Didi Lachman Messer (COLMAN) on how to possibly develop new methods for antitrust laws to identify the political power of conglomerates with economy-wide concentration. The conversation will draw from Baum and Lachman Messer’s forthcoming paper, which builds on the Israeli experience to develop a methodology for identifying economy-wide power with potentially excessive political influence. The conversation will be moderated by Stigler Center Fellow Filippo Lancieri.
Ido Baum, Associate Professor and Academic Director, Heth Center for the Research of Competition and Regulation, Haim Striks Law School, College of Management Academic Studies (COLMAN)
Sally Hubbard, Director of Enforcement Strategy, Open Markets Institute
Didi Lachman Messer, Adjunct Professor, Haim Striks Law School (COLMAN); Former Deputy Attorney General for Financial and Fiscal Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Israel
Filippo Lancieri (moderator), Research Fellow, Stigler Center; JSD Candidate, University of Chicago Law School