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William Kovacic

William E. Kovacic is Global Competition Professor of Law and Policy at George Washington University Law School, Professor of Law and Director of the Competition Law Center. 

Since August 2013, Professor Kovacic has served as a Non-Executive Director with the United Kingdom’s Competition and Markets Authority. From January 2009 to September 2011, he was Vice-Chair for Outreach for the International Competition Network. 

Bill’s papers and articles feature antitrust in the high technology industry, behavioral economics and its applications, competition agency design, integrity in public procurement, and on organizations such as the International Competition Network, World Trade Organization, and FTC. He has advised many countries and international organizations on antitrust, consumer protection, government contracts, and the design of regulatory institutions.

Prior to 1999, Professor Kovacic was the George Mason University Foundation Professor at the George Mason University School of Law (now the Antonin Scalia Law School). He has also served as Commissioner and Chairman of the US FTC, among other appointments, and in 2011 received the FTC’s Miles W. Kirkpatrick Award for Lifetime Achievement. He is co-editor of the Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, and has published numerous papers on competition law and economics in leading journals both in the US and Europe.

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