Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Tenure Track Faculty of 2016

By Daniel Sokol

Posted on December 28, 2016

Who are people reading downloading in 2016? Among tenure track antitrust faculty the list is below. To qualify you need to be a tenure track faculty member in law somewhere in the world and have written at least one antitrust work in the last two years. This means that in some cases there are people who make the list who write primarily in areas outside of antitrust. Similarly, there are some people who are adjuncts who do not make the list who otherwise would (most notably, adjunct professor David Evans of U. Chicago and UCL, who is the 9th most downloaded law person in all of SSRN's law database).
(The list below is based on December 2015-November 2016 downloads.)


The preceding is republished on TAP with permission by its author, Daniel Sokol, Professor at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. “Most Downloaded Antitrust Law Tenure Track Faculty of 2016” was originally published on the Antitrust and Competition Policy Blog on December 24, 2016.