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The American Antitrust Institute and Navigant Economics are hosting a Healthcare Roundtable on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Experts from government, academia, industry, and advocacy will gather to discuss major competition enforcement and policy issues facing the healthcare industry. 

On January 6, AAI President Diana Moss joined the American Medical Association’s annual State Legislative Strategy Conference in Florida to moderate the panel "Challenges of and Remedies for a Rapidly Consolidating Healthcare Marketplace." 

The AAI marks its 17th Annual Energy Roundtable by gathering experts in antitrust and regulation from government, industry, advocacy, and academia to discuss major competition policy issues involving electricity and energy.  This event is by invitation.  If you are interested in attending, please contact

The AAI announced today that Eduardo Pérez Motta, former chairman of the Mexican Federal Competition Commission and former chair of the International Competition Network, will deliver the keynote luncheon address during the AAI International Antitrust Roundtable on Wednesday, February 8, in Washington, D.C. The agenda and overview are available here.

Leaders from the international antitrust community will speak at the AAI International Antitrust Roundtable on Wednesday, February 8, in Washington, D.C. The agenda and overview are available here. The confirmed speaker lineup includes:

As a new year and new administration begins, the American Antitrust Institute (AAI) reiterates key priorities for competition enforcement and policy. In September 2016, the AAI issued “A National Competition Policy: Unpacking the Problem of Declining Competition and Setting Priorities Moving Forward.” The statement resets the debate over the importance of antitrust enforcement and competition policy in the United States.

The National Competition Policy statement unpacks the increasingly high-profile problems that are symptomatic of declining competition, including rising concentration, declining rates of market entry, and growing inequality. It then suggests three core principles for a National Competition Policy, and sets out seven priorities that should guide the new approach.

Wayne State University Law Professor Stephen Calkins will offer observations on the year in international antitrust at the AAI International Roundtable on Wednesday, February 8, in Washington D.C. 

The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) announced today that its Board of Directors has unanimously elected Pamela Gilbert as its new Chair, effective January 1, 2017. Ms. Gilbert has been a Member of the AAI Board of Directors since 2010.

The results of AAI’s seminal project on Entrepreneurship and Antitrust were published in a special symposium issue of the Antitrust Bulletin. AAI Director and Senior Fellow Gregory T. Gundlach and AAI President Diana Moss are guest editors for the issue, which appears at Antitrust Bulletin 2016, Vol. 61(4). The project was made possible by a grant from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

As we approach year end, the AAI looks back at all we were able to achieve in promoting our competition agenda through education, research, and advocacy. Our important work demonstrates that we continue to be the leading non-profit organization to frame and advance progressive competition enforcement and policy. 

Learn more about how you can support the AAI in 2017 through a donation or sponsorship