NY Times Profiles Albert Foer '73 and His "Lifelong Passion for Fighting Monopolies"

The New York Times recently profiled Albert A. Foer, '73, president of the American Antitrust Institute. According to the article,

Mr. Foer’s interest in antitrust was piqued at the University of Chicago Law School, where he studied under Richard A. Posner and Ronald H. Coase, two leading scholars who promoted a laissez-faire approach to economics that is suspicious of government involvement.

“And I’ve been criticizing the Chicago School ever since,” Mr. Foer said.

Read more at the Times' website.