New Debates and Tensions in Antitrust: What Does the Future Hold?
Date: Tuesday, November 27, 2018 – 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Location: Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2226, 45 Independence Ave SW, Washington, D.C. 20515
In recent years, and especially within the last few months, a “perfect storm” of developments are producing new tensions and new debates in the field of antitrust that to date have failed to produce anything approaching a consensus about the best path forward for this crucial policy sector. In this installment of our Georgetown on the Hill series, we explored explore salient antitrust policy issues that will be front-and-center as we head into the next year.
A panel discussion was moderated by Mark Whitener, Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy. Panelists included:
- Howard Shelanski, Professor of Law, Georgetown University; and former Director of the Bureau of Economics (2012-2013), Federal Trade Commission
- Maureen Ohlhausen, former Commissioner (2012-2018) and Acting Chairman (2017-2018), Federal Trade Commission
- Jonathan Gleklen, Partner and Chair of US Antitrust Practice, Arnold & Porter
- John W. Mayo, Elsa Carlson McDonough Professor of Business Administration, Georgetown University; and Executive Director, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
This forum is part of the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy’s Georgetown on the Hill series at which we convene policymakers, academics, and industry experts to discuss important economic policy issues of the day.