University of Utah, Department of Economics
Mark Glick is a professor of economics, and an adjunct professor of law at the University of Utah. He teaches law and economics, industrial organization and antitrust law. Professor Glick is a graduate of the New School for Social Research, and Columbia University Law School. He practiced antitrust law in both New York and Utah. He is the author of numerous papers on antitrust and law and economic issues. His most recent papers are “The Unsound Theory Behind the Consumer (and Total) Welfare Goal in Antitrust” (2018), “Antitrust and Economic History: The Historic Failure of the Chicago School of Antitrust” (2019), “American Gothic: How Chicago Economics Distorts “Consumer Welfare” in Antitrust” (2019). He is currently working on a paper on the antitrust law of potential competition mergers.