John E. Kwoka is the Neal F. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Economics at Northeastern University. He is also a Research Fellow of the American Antitrust Institute, a member of the Board of Directors of the Industrial Organization Society, a member of the Editorial Board of the Review of Industrial Organization, and an ENCORE Fellow. He has previously served as President of the Industrial Organization Society, Editor of the Review of Industrial Organization, Vice-President of the Southern Economic Association, and member of the Editorial Boards of several academic journals. Prof. Kwoka has previously taught at the George Washington University, where he was Columbian Professor of Economics, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and has been a visiting faculty member at Harvard University and Northwestern University. He has also been a Research Fellow at the Brookings Institution and at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and served in various capacities at the Federal Trade Commission, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice, and the Federal Communications Commission. Prof. Kwoka has written and consulted extensively on various issues in industrial organization, regulation, and antitrust. These include market power and concentration, sales and advertising practices, privatization, price cap regulation, joint ventures, and vertical integration. His book, The Antitrust Revolution with L.J. White, is a compilation of case studies of major antitrust proceedings and is in its fourth edition. He has also authored Power Structure, a study of public vs. private ownership, vertical integration, and competition in the U.S. electricity industry.. He received his AB in Economics from Brown University and his PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.