Professor of Public Policy
Brennan’s expertise in antitrust includes monopolization cases, mergers, and
collusion. His research covers these as well as the economics of regulation.
He has worked for the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, and spent a year at the Canadian Competition Bureau. He has worked on cases involving Microsoft and AT&T, and his recent research focuses on when programs such as bundled services and rebates reduce competition.
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