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Joshua
Wright
George Mason University School of Law

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George Mason University
Washington, D.C.

Experience & Areas of Interest:

Joshua Wright returned to teaching full-time at George Mason University School of Law in August, 2015, after serving three years as a Commissioner for the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.

Prior to joining the Commission, Wright had been a professor at George Mason University School of Law. Besides resuming full-time teaching duties, he will also direct the school’s Global Antitrust Institute, which focuses on research and education efforts in antitrust. Wright is a leading scholar in antitrust law,  economics, and consumer protection and has published more than 60 articles and book chapters, co-authored a leading casebook, and edited several book volumes focusing on these issues.  

Before his first tenure at George Mason University School of Law, Wright clerked for Judge James V. Selna of the United States District Court for the Central District of California and taught at the Pepperdine University Graduate School of Public Policy.
Education:

PhD (Economics), University of California Los Angeles, (2003)
J.D., University of California Los Angeles, Managing Editor of the UCLA Law Review, (2002)
B.A. in Economics with Highest Departmental Honors, University of California, San Diego, (1998)

POST DATE
Whither Symmetry? Antitrust Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights at the FTC and DOJ
2014-01-22
Problems with the European Commission’s Platform Survey and Lessons Learned from the Economics of Multi-Sided Platforms and Privacy
2016-01-21
“Excessive Royalty” Prohibitions and the Dangers of Punishing Vigorous Competition and Harming Incentives to Innovate
2016-03-14
Comments on the U.S. Antitrust Agencies´ Proposed Updated IP Guidelines
2016-09-28
Product Hopping and the Limits of Antitrust: The Danger of Micromanaging Innovation
2015-12-14
The Troubling Use of Antitrust to Regulate FRAND Licensing
2015-12-09
Digging Deeper: Supplemental Reading
2015-10-14
The Troubling Use of Antitrust to Regulate FRAND Licensing
2015-10-13
Whither Symmetry? Antitrust Analysis of Intellectual Property Rights at the FTC and DOJ
2013-05-24
Recalibrating Section 5: A Response to the CPI Symposium
2013-12-17
Recalibrating Section 5: A Response to the CPI Symposium
2013-11-25
Evidence-Based Antitrust Enforcement in the Technology Sector
2013-02-28
Antitrust Sanctions (reprint)
2012-06-18
Interview: Update on "Antitrust Sanctions"
2012-06-16
Will the 2010 Merger Guidelines Survive the DOJ’s Complaint in U.S. v. AT&T?
2011-10-26
Antitrust Sanctions
2010-11-04
A First Principles Approach to Antitrust Enforcement in the Agricultural Industry
2010-04-29
Antitrust, Economics, and Innovation in the Obama Administration
2009-11-23
Can Bundled Discounting Increase Consumer Prices Without Excluding Rivals?
2009-11-01
An Evidence-Based Approach to Exclusive Dealing and Loyalty Discounts
2009-07-13
Overshot the Mark? A Simple Explanation of the Chicago School's Influence on Antitrust
2009-04-27
Why the Supreme Court Was Correct to Deny Certiorari in FTC v. Rambus
2009-03-26
Federalism, Substantive Preemption, and Limits on Antitrust: An Application to Patent Holdup
2008-07-25
The Chicago School, Transaction Cost Economics and the Roberts Court's Antitrust Jurisprudence
2008-07-25

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