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FIFI (Fix it or Forget it): A no Remedies Merger Policy, by John Kwoka and Spencer Weber Waller, Competition Policy International, August 2021

5 reasons the T-Mobile-Sprint merger should’ve been rejected—and will raise your phone billFortune, by Nicholas Economides, John Kwoka, Thomas Philippon, Robert Seamans, Hal Singer, Marshall Steinbaum, and Lawrence J. White, February 2020

BRIEF OF AMICI CURIAE NICHOLAS ECONOMIDES, JOHN KWOKA, THOMAS PHILIPPON, ROBERT SEAMANS, HAL SINGER, MARSHALL STEINBAUM, AND LAWRENCE J. WHITE IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFFS

Economists Tunney Act Comments October 2019  Assessing DOJ’s Proposed Remedy in Sprint/T-Mobile: Can Ex Ante Competitive Conditions in Wireless Markets Be Restored?

Economists Tunney Act Comments February 2020 Economists’ Tunney Act Reply Comments on the DOJ’s Proposed Remedy in the Sprint/T-Mobile Merger Proceeding

Restoring Antitrust, Restoring Competition, CPI Chronicle, October 2019

Masquerading as Merger Control: The U.S. Department of Justice Settlement with Sprint and T-Mobile AAI American Antitrust Institute, October 2019

Masquerading as merger control: The U.S. Department of Justice Settlement with Sprint and T-Mobile, by John Kwoka American Antitrust Institute, August 2019

Reviving Merger Control: A Comprehensive Plan for Reforming Policy and Practice, by John Kwoka, AAI White Paper, October 2018

Squaring the Deal: Merger Madness Milken Institute Review, 4th quarter 2017
John Kwoka

Evidence-Based Policy in Antitrust: The Need for Ongoing Merger Retrospectives
Pro-Market: Stigler Center at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business
John Kwoka and Marc Jarsulic

A Response to the FTC Critique of MMCR
John Kwoka

What is Trump antitrust? Resetting merger policy in the new Administration
Concurrences No.4-2016 Issue
Joseph Farrell, John Kwoka

One-and-a-Half Cheers for the New FTC Remedies Study
John Kwoka

U.S. ANTITRUST AND COMPETITION POLICY AMID THE NEW MERGER WAVE
Washington Center for Equitable Growth
John Kwoka