Larry White and John Kwoka's "The “Antitrust Revolution” and The Antitrust Revolution: A Perspective from the Inside" published in The Antitrust Bulletin

November 17, 2020

There clearly has been a revolution in the way that modern microeconomics has come to occupy a central role in the development of antitrust policy and in the structuring of antitrust cases over the past forty years or so. And during the past thirty plus years, there have been seven editions of The Antitrust Revolution that we have edited. In this essay, we offer our perspective on the “antitrust revolution,” as well as provide an insiders’ view of those seven editions and how they came to be.

Larry White is the Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics at NYU Stern.
Read the full paper here.