Kenneth G Elzinga

Kenneth G Elzinga
Office:
Monroe Hall, Room 237
248 McCormick Road
22904
City:
Charlottesville
State:
Virginia
Country:
USA

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Who's Who Legal Competition: Economists

Ken Elzinga has testified in numerous precedent-setting cases. He has provided expert testimony for the prevailing parties in three US Supreme Court cases: Matsushita v Zenith; Brooke Group v Brown & Williamson and Leegin Creative Leather Products v PSKS Inc.

Professor Elzinga has served as a special economic adviser to the head of the antitrust division of the US Department of Justice and as a consultant to the US Federal Trade Commission and has testified for both agencies. He is known as the co-creator of the Elzinga-Hogarty test, used to define relevant geographic markets in antitrust analyses. His work has been cited by the US Supreme Court and other courts.

Professor Elzinga is the Robert C Taylor Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught economics to more than 45,000 students. In 2017, to celebrate his achievements as a scholar, teacher and mentor, nearly 500 alumni, parents, students and other supporters endowed the Kenneth G Elzinga Professorship in Economics and the Law. Professor Elzinga has won several awards, including the University of Virginia’s highest honour, the Thomas Jefferson Award. The Southern Economic Association’s annual teaching award is named after Professor Elzinga in recognition of his reputation as a communicator of economics.

Professor Elzinga is a former fellow in law and economics at the University of Chicago and was a Thomas Jefferson visiting scholar at Cambridge University. He is the author of more than one hundred academic publications, and his research has appeared in leading economics and legal journals.

WWL says: Kenneth Elzinga is a key name in the competition market who boasts extensive experience providing expert testimony in the US Supreme Court.

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Who's Who Legal Consulting Experts: Experts - Economics - Competition Economists

Ken Elzinga has testified in numerous precedent-setting cases. He has provided expert testimony for the prevailing parties in three US Supreme Court cases: Matsushita v ZenithBrooke Group v Brown & Williamson and Leegin Creative Leather Products v PSKS Inc.

Professor Elzinga has served as a special economic adviser to the head of the antitrust division of the US Department of Justice and as a consultant to the US Federal Trade Commission and has testified for both agencies. He is known as the co-creator of the Elzinga-Hogarty test, used to define relevant geographic markets in antitrust analyses. His work has been cited by the US Supreme Court and other courts.

Professor Elzinga is the Robert C Taylor Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught economics to more than 45,000 students. In 2017, to celebrate his achievements as a scholar, teacher and mentor, nearly 500 alumni, parents, students and other supporters endowed the Kenneth G Elzinga Professorship in Economics and the Law. Professor Elzinga has won several awards, including the University of Virginia’s highest honour, the Thomas Jefferson Award. The Southern Economic Association’s annual teaching award is named after Professor Elzinga in recognition of his reputation as a communicator of economics.

Professor Elzinga is a former fellow in law and economics at the University of Chicago and was a Thomas Jefferson visiting scholar at Cambridge University. He is the author of more than 100 academic publications, and his research has appeared in leading economics and legal journals.

WWL says: Kenneth Elzinga at the University of Virginia is a recognised authority in the field of pricing strategy and market definition. He is widely praised as one of the best in the US.

This biography is an extract from Who's Who Legal: Consulting Experts which can be purchased from our Shop.

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