Actavis and Error Costs: A Reply to Critics
Aaron Edlin and Carl Shapiro, along with Scott Hemphill and Herbert Hovenkamp, published an article entitled “Actavis and Error Costs: A Reply to Critics,”...
Professor Aaron Edlin specializes in antitrust economics and antitrust law and is the co-founder of the Berkeley Electronic Press. He holds the Richard W. Jennings Chair at the University of California, Berkeley with appointments in both the economics department and law school. He is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He served on the Obama campaign’s competition policy committee and as Senior Economist at the Council of Economic Advisers in the Clinton White House covering industrial organization, regulation, and antitrust.
He is co-author of a leading antitrust casebook and has published many articles on industrial organization, competition policy, antitrust law, and other topics in leading journals, including the American Economic Review, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Harvard Law Review, and Yale Law Journal.
He has been a visiting professor or researcher at Stanford, Yale, Harvard, Columbia, and Georgetown. He received tenure at UC Berkeley in 1997.