Robert J. Larner
Robert J. Larner specializes in industrial organization, the economics of antitrust and government regulation, price theory, and the economics of innovation. Dr. Larner has assisted litigation counsel in a large number of antitrust and regulatory matters involving a wide range of issues—monopolization, mergers and acquisitions, price-fixing, horizontal and vertical restraints, price discrimination, damages assessment, and intellectual property concerns. Dr. Larner formerly was chief of the Division of Industry Analysis in the Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission, and taught economics at Brandeis University and Boston College.
PhD, Economics, University of Wisconsin