Dennis W. Carlton is the David McDaniel Keller Professor of Economics at the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago where he teaches in the Business School, Law School and Economics Department. His teaching and research centers on microeconomics, industrial organization, and antitrust. He has published more than 100 articles and two books, including one of the leading textbooks in industrial organization. He is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research,is on the editorial boards of Competition Policy International and The Journal of Competition Law and Economics, and is the coeditor of The Journal of Law and Economics. Carlton has won several awards including being named the 2014 Distinguished Fellow of the Industrial Organization Society”. Carlton served as the Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice 2006-2008. He is associated with the economic consulting firm Compass Lexecon. He has served as an expert in numerous domestic and foreign cases involving issues in antitrust, regulation, and intellectual property in a wide variety of industries. He lectures frequently on antitrust issues. Carlton earned his PhD in Economics in 1975 from MIT, his MS in Operations Research from MIT in 1974, and his AB (summa cum laude) in 1972 from Harvard College.
A Retrospective Analysis of the AT&T/Time Warner MergerJournal of Law and Economics, Dennis Carlton, Georgi Giozov, Mark Israel and Allan Shampine (forthcoming in 2022)
Are legacy airline mergers pro- or anti-competitive? Evidence from recent U.S. airline mergersDennis W. Carlton, Ian MacSwain, Mark A. Israel and Eugene Orlov, International Journal of Industrial Organization 62 (2019) 58–95.
Transaction costs and competition policyDennis W. Carlton, International Journal of Industrial Organization, Forthcoming, 2020