John E. Kwoka is the Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics at Northeastern University, where he teaches industrial organization, antitrust, and regulatory economics. Prof. Kwoka has written and lectured extensively on issues of market concentration, mergers and merger remedies, promotional practices, privatization, price cap regulation, professional practice restrictions, and vertical integration in numerous industry settings. He has previously taught at several universities and served in various capacities at the Federal Trade Commission, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, and the Federal Communications Commission. His book The Antitrust Revolution, co-edited with L.J. White, is a compilation of case studies of major antitrust proceedings and is now in its sixth edition. His most recent book Mergers, Merger Control, and Remedies: A Retrospective on U.S. Policy evaluates the effects of mergers and the effectiveness of merger control and remedy policy and has recently been published by MIT Press.
John Kwoka, Jr.
Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics