D. Daniel Sokol focuses his teaching and scholarship on complex business issues from early stage start-ups to large, multinational businesses and the issues that businesses face: antitrust, data breaches, corporate governance, compliance, innovation, M&A, collusion, technological transformation, and global business regulation. He is a member of the American Law Institute. He also serves as academic advisor to the United States Chamber of Commerce and as a non-governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network. His work has appeared in a variety of journals: Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Law and Economics, Harvard Business Review, Sloan Business Review, Michigan Law Review and Northwestern Law Review, among others. Prior to joining USC, Sokol taught at the University of Florida. He also has taught, among other institutions, at the Catholic University of Chile, University of Melbourne, University of Haifa, University of Tokyo and Northwestern University. Sokol is among the top 10 most cited antitrust law professors in the past five years. He also has testified or presented his work to antitrust authorities and practitioner groups in the U.S. and around the world in addition to presenting his work to academic audiences.
Debt, control, and collusionEmory Law Journal, D. Daniel Sokol (forthcoming)
Mergers, antitrust, and the interplay of entrepreneurial activity and the investments that fund ItUniversity of South California, Gary Dushnitsky and D. Daniel Sokol, 9 June 2021, CLASS Research Paper No. 21-15
Analyzing vertical mergers: Accounting for the unilateral effects tradeoff and thinking holistically about efficienciesUniversity of Florida Levin College of Law Legal Studies Research Paper Series Paper/George Mason Law Review, Roger D. Blair, Christine S. Wilson, D. Daniel Sokol, Keith Klovers and Jeremy A. Sandford, No. 20-35/Volume 27, Issue 3
Measuring the antitrust revolutionThe Antitrust Bulletin, D. Daniel Sokol, Sara Bensley and Maia Crook, December 1, 2020, Volume 65, Issue 4