James G. Dinan University Professor
Professor Hovenkamp is a recognized expert and prolific author in the areas of Antitrust law and American Legal History. He holds a joint appointment between Penn Law and Wharton Business.
ANTITRUST LAW: AN ANALYSIS OF ANTITRUST PRINCIPLES AND THEIR APPLICATION (New York: Kluwer/Aspen, with the late Phillip E. Areeda & the late Donald F. Turner) (21 volumes, 3d & 4th editions + annual supplement + end matter volume, 1978-2016) (vol. 2A with Roger D. Blair & Christine Piette Durrance).
THE OPENING OF AMERICAN LAW: NEOCLASSICAL LEGAL THOUGHT, 1870-1970 (Oxford 2015).
FEDERAL ANTITRUST POLICY: THE LAW OF COMPETITION AND ITS PRACTICE (West Academic Hornbook Series, 5th ed., 2015) (1st ed., 1994; 2d ed. 1999; 3d ed. 2005; 4th edition, 2011).
THE MAKING OF COMPETITION POLICY: LEGAL AND ECONOMIC SOURCES (ed. with Dan Crane, Oxford 2013).
CREATION WITHOUT RESTRAINT: PROMOTING LIBERTY AND RIVALRY IN INNOVATION (Oxford 2012) (with Christina Bohannan).
Articles and Book Chapters
Patent Pools and Related Technology Sharing, in CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS ANTITRUST, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND HIGH TECH HANDBOOK (Roger D. Blair & D. Daniel Sokol eds., Cambridge 2017) (with Erik N. Hovenkamp).
More publications can be found here.
Is Antitrust's Consumer Welfare Principle Imperiled? (June 21, 2018), U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-15. (forthcoming)
Regulation and the Marginalist Revolution (May 29, 2018). U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-14. (forthcoming)
Anticompetitive Mergers in Labor Markets, U of Penn, Inst for Law & Econ Research Paper No. 18-8, NOTRE DAME L. REV. (forthcoming) (with Ioana Marinescu). (forthcoming 2018)
Intellectual Property and Competition, in RESEARCH HANDBOOK ON THE ECONOMICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (Peter Menell, David Schwartz & Ben Depoorter, eds, Elgar 2017) (forthcoming). (forthcoming)