GAI

Global Antitrust Institute

The Global Antitrust Institute (GAI) was created to promote the application of sound economic analysis to competition enforcement around the world through training programs, competition advocacy, and research.

  • Economics Institute: The GAI offers week-long legal and economic training programs to foreign judges and competition enforcers, which are designed to provide economic foundations for competition analysis.

  • Competition Advocacy Program (CAP): The GAI provides recommendations to foreign competition enforcers on draft laws and guidelines, which are designed to facilitate the adoption of economically sound competition policy.

  • Programs: The GAI hosts domestic programs featuring foreign judges and competition enforcers to provide insight for stakeholders.

 

 

LEADERSHIP & STAFF:

Joshua D. Wright, Executive Director; Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law
jwrightg@gmu.edu | 703.993.8236

Koren W. Wong-Ervin, Director
kwongerv@gmu.edu | 703.993.8101

Douglas H. Ginsburg, Chair, International Board of Advisors; Senior Judge, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law; and Visiting Professor, University of London Faculty of Laws

Bruce Kobayashi, Senior Scholar and Founding Director; Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law

Ken Heyer, Senior Economist

Jeffrey T. Smith, Coordinator
jsmithq@gmu.edu | 703.993.8382

Amanda Olsavsky Hu, Program Assistant
aolsavsk@gmu.edu | 703.993.9962