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Prof. Heather Tookes featured in Thurman Arnold Project

A new collection of online videos from Yale’s Thurman Arnold Project offers a wide-ranging introduction to antitrust economics for law students, attorneys, and journalists—as well as engaged citizens who want to understand how antitrust law shapes society. Professor of Finance, Heather Tookes is featured in one of the videos discussing antitrust regulation.

The videos are part of a larger antitrust syllabus, which includes the videos and curated readings on a variety of topics, including the history of antitrust; anti-competitive structures like monopolies and cartels; explorations of competition in the technology, pharmaceutical, and agriculture industries; and antitrust remedies. The syllabus is intended to inform the structure of a course on antitrust law, but, the creators emphasize, it can be broken into various modules depending on the interests of students and the instructor.

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