Thinking About Rethinking Efficiencies in Merger Analysis
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Date: Friday, November 4th, 2022 – 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. ET
Location: Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
640 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC, 20001
Efficiencies are offered as the justification for many mergers. At the same time,
mergers can raise antitrust concerns. Consequently, understanding the role of
efficiencies in modern merger analysis is especially important. The purpose of
this Georgetown on the Hill event is to identify both existing and emerging debates regarding the role that efficiencies should play in merger analysis.
Mark Whitener, Senior Policy Scholar, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
- Debbie Feinstein – Partner and Head of Global Antitrust, Arnold & Porter
- John W. Mayo – Elsa Carlson McDonough Chair of Business Administration; Professor of Economics, Business and Public Policy, McDonough School of Business; Executive Director, Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy
- Maureen K. Ohlhausen – Partner and Chair of Global Antitrust and Competition, Baker Botts
- D. Daniel Sokol – Carolyn Craig Franklin Chair in Law and Business, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
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.