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Join the Stigler Center for a conversation with Sarah Miller (American Economic Liberties Project), David Moss (HBS), and James Robinson (UChicago), moderated by Luigi Zingales (Chicago Booth), on whether and how market power could lead to political power. This is the concluding session of the Antitrust and Competition Conference – Monopolies and Politics.


Sarah Miller, Executive Director, American Economic Liberties Project

David Moss, Paul Whiton Cherington Professor, Harvard Business School

James Robinson, Reverend Dr. Richard L. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies; Institute Director, The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, University of Chicago

Luigi Zingales (moderator), Robert C. McCormack Distinguished Service Professor of Entrepreneurship and Finance; Faculty Director, Stigler Center, University of Chicago Booth School of Business


Time: 12:00pm - 1:15pm CT

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**The Stigler Center’s 2020 Antitrust and Competition Conference is being held virtually in a series of free webinars from Spring 2020 - Winter 2021. In 2020, the webinar series explored the historical interconnection between market power and political power, discussing examples from Nazi Germany to the UnitedStatesLatin AmericaIsrael and Korea. The second half of the conference series is dedicated to discussion of the trade-offs involved in changes to antitrust policy to address this perceived connection. Topics include whether and how antitrust should be used to promote economic liberty or political liberty, and the development of new methods to assess the political power of large conglomerates. Follow our agenda here.**