Mark A Glick
Ph.D., New School, J.D., Columbia
Industrial Organization, Political Econ
Law and Economics, Antitrust/I.O., Political Economics
Professor Mark Glick specializes in industrial organization and law and economics. He has published extensively in both of these areas. His industrial organization research focuses on questions relevant to antitrust attorneys and practitioners. In addition, his work has focused on the history of competition policy in the United State, welfare economics, relevant market analysis, aftermarkets and information, and other issues. His law and economics research focuses on forensic economics and economics, finance and accounting in the court room.
“Market Definition and Concentration: One Size Doesn’t Fit All,” Antitrust Bulletin, Summer 2007.
“The Utah Supreme Court’s Opinion in Summit Water v. Summit County,” Utah Bar Journal, Sept./Oct. 2006.
“How to Value a Lost Opportunity: A Real Options Approach,” George Mason Law Review, Summer, 2003.
“The Law and Economics of Post-Employment Covenants: A Unified Framework,” George Mason Law Review, April/May 2003.
“Measuring Damages in a Private Plaintiff Robinson-Patman Case: Applying Economics to Relieve the Pain of J. Truett Payne,” Antitrust Bulletin, Spring 2003
“When do Proprietary Aftermarkets Benefit Consumers” with Duncan Cameron, Antitrust Law Journal, July, 1999.
“The History of Competition Policy as Economic History,” with G. Dumenil and D. Levy, Antitrust Bulletin, Summer, 1997.
“The Resurgence of Federalism: The Case for Tax-Exempt Bonds,” with Maxwell Miller, Texas Journal of Law and Politics, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 1997.
“Cutting Edge Antitrust Issues Involving Utah Companies,” Utah Bar Journal, Vol. 11, No. 7, Sept. 1998.
“The Law and Economics of Patent Infringement Damages,” Utah Bar Journal, Vol. 10, No. 2, March, 1997.
“Mergers in Western Coal Markets: Conforming Antitrust Analysis to the New Reality,” with D. Mangum and R. Etcheverry, West Virginia Law Review, The National Coal Issue, Vol. 99, No. 3, Spring 1997.
“Pragmatists Can Cure the Failure of Affirmative Action”, Salt Lake Tribune, Sunday, October 26, 1997.
“Importing the Merger Guidelines Market Test in Section 2 Cases: Potential Benefits and Limitations,” with D. Cameron and D. Mangum, Antitrust Bulletin, Spring, 1997.
“Market Share and Market Power in Merger and Monopolization Cases,” with D. Cameron, Journal of Managerial and Decision Economics, Vol. 17, 1996. Reprinted inEconomic Inputs, Legal Outputs: The Role of Economists in Modern Antitrust, John Wiley & Sons, Forthcoming 1997.
“The Law and Economics of Tort Damages, ”Utah Bar Journal, Vol. 9, No. 7, August/September, 1996.
“Much Ado About Nothing: Recent Criticism of the Federal Trade Commission Decision to Order Columbia/HTI to Divest Three Hospitals,” Utah’s Health: An Annual Review, Vol. III, 1995.=
“Healthcare Provider Refusals to Deal Under Eastman Kodak Co. v. Image Technical Services,” Utah Law Review, Volume 1995, No. 2, 1995.
“Is Monopoly Rent Seeking Compatible with Wealth Maximization,” B.Y.U. Law Review, Vol. 1994, No. 3.
“Post Keynesian and Classical Theories of Competition,” with A.D. Campbell, in Competition, Technology and Money, Edward Elgar Press (1994).
“Classical Competition and the Compatibility of Market Power with Uniform Rates of Profit,” with A.D. Campbell, Review of Radical Political Economics, Fall 1994.
“Competition, Antitrust and Beyond,” in Handbook of Radical Political Economy, Edward Elgar Press, 1994.
“The Rise of the Rate of Profit During World War II,” with G. Dumenil and D. Levy, Review of Economics and Statistics, Vol. 65, No. 2, May 1993.
“Competing Microeconomic Theories of Industrial Profit: An Empirical Approach,” in The Megacorp & Macrodynamics: Essays in Memory of Alfred Eichner, M.E. Sharp Publishers, 1992.
“An Introduction to the Antitrust Law of International Mergers,” with A. Zaloon and S. Axinn, M & A Review, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1991.
“The Rate of Profit in World War II: The Great Leap Forward,” with G. Dumenil and D. Levy in International Perspectives on Profitability and Accumulation, Edward Elgar Press, U.K. 1991.
“Mergers and Acquisitions in the Age of Wall Street: An Assessment,” with Andrew Abere, New York Law Review, Vol. XXXV, No. 4, 1990.
“Dual Enforcement of Merger Law in the EEC: Lessons From the American Experience,” with Stephen M. Axinn in 1992 and EEC/U.S. Competition and Trade Law, Fordham Corporate Law Institute, 1990.
“Classical and Neoclassical Elements in Industrial Organization,” with Edward Ochoa. Eastern Economic Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3, July‑September, 1990, pp. 197-207.
“Long‑Run Equilibrium in the Empirical Study of Monopoly and Competition,” with Hans Ehrbar, Economic Inquiry, Vol. 28, No. 1, January 1990.
“Profit Rate Equalization in the U.S. and Europe: An Econometric Investigation,” with Hans Ehrbar, European Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 4, No. 1, 1988.
“Structural Change in Profit Rate Differentials: The Post World War II U.S. Economy,” with Hans Ehrbar, British Journal of Economic Issues, Vol. 10, No. 22, Spring 1988.
“The Rate of Profit in the United States: From the Turn of the Century to the Nineteen Eighties,” with G. Dumenil and J. Rangel, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol. 11, No. 4, December 1987.
“Law on Interlocking Directorates is Amended,” New York Law Journal, November 20, 1990.
CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS
- “Utah Trial Academy,” Fall Forum, November 2008
- ”Anatomy of an Economic Crisis,” webinar, Chief Marketing Officers Association, November, 2008
- “Expert Discovery,” with Judge David Nuffer, Utah Bar Association, July and November 2007.
- “Interesting Issues in Economics and IP,” Utah IP Summit, Utah Bar Ass. February 2006.
- “Discounts and Exclusion” University of Utah Antitrust Law Symposium, February 2006.
- “Experts and Damages,” Young Lawyers Seminar, Utah Bar, November 2005
- “What Federal Judges Really Think about Daubert,” Utah Bar, November 2004
- “Intellectual Property, Law and Economics,” Mann, Frankford, Stein & Lipp, Houston, Texas, February 2, 2001.
- “Experts and Intellectual Property,” November, 2000, NACVA, Las Vegas, Nevada
- “Seminar on Cross Examination of Expert Witnesses,” June 2000, NACVA Seminar.
- “Patent Infringement Damages,” National CLE Conference on Intellectual Property, March, 1999, Deer Valley, Utah.
- “Can Protecting a Proprietary Aftermarket Benefit Consumers?”, July 3, 1998, Presentation to the Utah Bar Association.
- “Calculating Damages in a Civil Case,” November 12, 1997, Presentation to Young Lawyers Division, Utah State Bar Association.
- “Market Power and Electric Utility Deregulation,” August, 1997, Presentation to the Task Force on Electrical Deregulation of the Utah Legislature.
- “The Economics of Patent Infringement Damages,” July, 1997, Presentation to the Utah Bar Association Meeting.
- “Antitrust Issues Raised by Mergers and Acquisitions” Utah State Bar, Corporate Counsel Section, Introduction to Mergers and Acquisitions, December 5, 1996.
- “Making Proper Use of Economists in Litigation” Utah Trial Lawyers Association Seminar, November 20, 1996, Utah Law and Justice Center.
- “Analysis of Hospital Mergers in Utah,” June 21, 1996, Presentation for Seminar on Medical Finance and Economics, University of Utah School of Business.
- “Health Care Antitrust in Utah,” November, 1995, round table discussion for FHP Center for Health Care Studies, University of Utah.
- “New Developments in Antitrust Law,” July, 1995, Presentation to the Utah Bar Association Meeting.
- “Vertical Restraints in High Tech Industries,” December, 1994, CLE International seminar on antitrust in high tech industries.
- “Refusals to Deal in Health Care After Kodak,” August, 1994, Utah Law Review Symposium on Health Care Antitrust in Utah.
- “A Dual Approach to the Empirical Comparison of Industrial Pricing Theories,” American Economic Association, December, 1987, Chicago.
- “Degree of Monopoly in the U.S. Economy,” American Economic Association, December, 1986, New Orleans.