Gregory J. Werden earned a Ph.D. in economics at the University of Wisconsin then began work at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. At the Justice Department, he helped prepare numerous sets of enforcement guidelines and over a hundred briefs filed in the appellate courts or the Supreme Court. He is the only Antitrust Division employee ever to receive the Department’s Mary C. Lawton Lifetime Service Award. Throughout his government service, he actively contributed to scholarship in antitrust. After retiring from government service in 2019, he wrote a book titled The Foundations of Antitrust: Events, Ideas, and Doctrines (Carolina Academic Press 2020).
Can the FTC turn back the clock?Antitrust Magazine Online (American Bar Association), Gregory J. Werden and Luke M. Froeb, October 2021
Concentration and rising market power: Fears and factsEdward Elgar Publishing, Gregory J. Werden, Research Handbook on Abuse of Dominance and Monopolization (book chapter), Pinar Akman, Or Brook and Konstantinos Stylianou (eds.) (forthcoming in 2022)