University of Notre Dame (Indiana, USA)
Expertise : Antitrust, Corporations, Behavioral analysis of law, Law and Economics
Professor Avishalom Tor is the Director of the Notre Dame Research Program on Law and Market Behavior (ND LAMB) and Global Professor of Law at the University of Haifa. His research focuses on the study of competition and cooperation in market settings and the legal rules and institutions that shape such market behavior.
After receiving his doctorate from Harvard Law School, Avishalom was a Visiting Research Professor at George Mason University School of Law, an Adviser and Consultant to Commissioner Harbour at the Federal Trade Commission on various matters of antitrust law and economics. More recently he served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Hamburg and at Fordham Law School. He is also the past Secretary and Management Board member of the European Association of Law and Economics and a board member of a number of international competition law institutes.
Professor Tor’s interdisciplinary work has been published in legal, decision making, psychological, and economic journals, such as the Michigan Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Texas Law Review, Antitrust Law Journal, the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, and Psychological Science.
Avishalom’s research has won grants and awards both domestically and abroad, and received extensive coverage from international media outlets including the Economist, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, U.S. News and World Report, and others.
- Jeudi 16 mars 2017 de 10h30 à 13h00 (MERC 14) : Introduction to Behavioral Analysis of Law [Droit et économie (LDROI1515), Pr Alexia Autenne, Philosophie du droit (LDROP2153), Pr Philippe Coppens]
- Mercredi 15 mars 2017 de 14h00 à 16h00 (MORE 56) : Introduction to Behavioral Antitrust / Introduction à l’analyse comportementale du droit de la concurrence [EU Competition law (LDREU2208)]
- Mercredi 15 mars 2017 de 16h30 à 18h30 (More 72) : The Innocence Effect : Une approche empirique et interdisciplinaire du plea bargaining, séminaire interdisciplinaire droit et psychologie
Invité par les professeurs Anne-Lise Sibony, Alexia Autenne, Philippe Coppens, Stéphanie Francq et Jean-François van Drooghenbroeck