Online Lecture Series

The Global Antitrust Institute’s Online Lecture Series is a series of short video lessons on important concepts in basic microeconomics, industrial organization, antitrust law and economics, and consumer protection. The lectures are aimed at those in the antitrust community who want an introduction to foundational concepts in antitrust and consumer protection, as well as practicing lawyers and economists looking for a deeper dive into a specific antitrust topic.

Noerr-Pennington – Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg

Antitrust Procedures – Professor Tad Lipsky

Antitrust Standing – Judge Douglas H. Ginsburg

Economics & Antitrust – Professor Tad Lipsky

The Economics of Consumer Protection – Professor James Cooper

Perfect Competition & Monopoly – Professor Murat C. Mungan

Intro to Game Theory – Professor Murat C. Mungan

Intro to Market Definition – Professor Joshua D. Wright

Successive Monopoly – Professor Bruce H. Kobayashi

Intro to Unilateral Effects – Professor Joshua D. Wright

Network Effects & Platforms – Professor John Yun

Equilibrium – Professor John Yun

Cost, Production, & Supply – Professor John Yun

Demand – Professor Bruce H. Kobayashi