David D. Haddock
Professor of Law
Phone: (312) 503-7810
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Center for Legal Studies
David Haddock is a specialist in law and economics who has written numerous articles for books and professional journals.
Areas of Expertise
- Property Law
- Business Associations
- Antitrust Law
- Industry Regulations
- Corporate Finance
- Law and Economics
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- Regulation on Demand: A Private Interest Model of Insider Trading Regulation in Classics in Corporate Law and Economics.
- To Tax Tribes or Not to Tax Tribes? That Is the Question in 12 lewis & clark law review 971-989 (2008).
- Why Individuals Provide Public Goods in Accounting for Mother Nature (Stanford University Press, 2008).
- Basing Point Pricing: Competitive vs. Collusive Theories in 72 american economic review 289-306 (June 1982).
- An Ordinary Economic Rationale for Extraordinary Legal Sanctions in 78 california law review 1-51 (January 1990) (with Fred S. McChesney and Menahem Spiegel).
- The Black Death and Property Rights in 31(2 Pt. 2) journal of legal studies 545-588 (June 2002) (with Lynne Kiesling).
- BA, Oklahoma State University
- PhD, University of Chicago
Stanford Clinton Sr. Research Professor, 1993-1994, Northwestern University
Associate Professor of Law, 1989-1992, Northwestern University
visiting professor of law, 1988-1989, Northwestern University
John M. Olin Faculty Fellow in Law and Economics, 1987-1988, University of Chicago
Associate Professor of Economics, 1985-1989, Emory University
Assistant Professor of Economics, 1980-1981, Ohio State University
Research Professor of Law and Economics, 1981-1985, Emory University
Faculty Fellow in Civil Liability, 1984-1985, Yale University
Chief of Economic Studies for Antitrust Matters, 1978-1980, Ford Motor Company
Lecturer in Economics, 1975-1978, University of California, Los Angeles