2014 Annual Conference: The Inefficiencies of Efficiency

Jun 19

2014 Annual Conference: The Inefficiencies of Efficiency

Date: June 19, 2014
Location: National Press Club, Washington D.C.

The conference examined the concept of efficiency within antitrust analysis. Panelists considered the nature of this concept, its influence and its limits, including critiques and whether certain inefficiencies currently excluded from consideration should be netted out. Five CLE credits were available to attendees.

Listen to: Opening Plenary: Efficiency and Its Critics Moderator

Morning Breakout Sessions
Listen to: Are Mergers Inefficient? 
Listen to: The Economic Theory of Efficiency and How Efficiency is Used in in Fact
Listen to: Systems and Innovation Concerns of Management

Listen to: Luncheon Presentation of Awards and Keynote Speaker

Afternoon Breakout Sessions
Listen to: Excluded Concerns: Evolutionary Economics and Behavioral Economics
Listen to: Supply Chain Inefficiencies
Listen to: Efficiency Concerns in Practice: Theory Meets the Real World

Listen to: Closing Plenary: The U.S. and the Rest of the World

Thank you for supporting AAI's program:

  • Adams Holcomb LLP  
  •  Bates White Economic Consulting   
  •  Blecher & Collins  
  •  Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll PLLC   
  •  Committee to Support Antitrust Laws   
  •  Computer and Communications Industry Association  
  •  Constantine Cannon  
  •  Cuneo, Gilbert and LaDuca LLP  
  •  Dickstein Shapiro LLP  
  •  Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP  
  •  DuPont  
  •  Expedia  
  •  FIPRA International  
  •  Google  
  •  Gustafson Gluek PLLC  
  •  Hilliard & Shadowen LLC  
  •  Kaplan Fox  
  •  Microsoft  
  •  O’Melveny & Myers  
  •  Robins Kaplan Miller & Ciresi LLP  
  •  Spector, Roseman, Kodroff & Willis, P.C.