Jonathan Baker, Director, Bureau of Economics
- "Promoting Innovation Competition Through the Aspen/Kodak Rule"
before The George Mason University Law Review Antitrust Symposium: The Changing Face of Efficiency, Capitol Hill, Dirksen Senate Office Building, October 16, 1998
- "From Open Access to Convergence Mergers: An Antitrust Perspective on the Transition to Electricity Competition"
before The Competition Symposium, Brubaker & Associates, Omni Shoreham, Washington, DC, October 29, 1997 Revised: February 6, 1998
- "Econometric Analysis in FTC v. Staples"
Before American Bar Association's Antitrust Section Economics Committee, Willard Hotel, July 18, l997 Revised: March 31, 1998
- "Contemporary Empirical Merger Analysis"
before The George Mason University Law Review Symposium , "Antitrust in the Information Revolution: New Economic Approaches for Analyzing Antitrust Issues", Key Bridge Marriott Hotel, Rosslyn, Virginia , October 11, 1996 Revised: February 7, 1997
- "Unilateral Competitive Effects Theories in Merger Analysis "
before Antitrust Developments Program, American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, Annual Meeting, Grand Floridian Hotel, Orlando, Florida, August 6, 1996
- "The Problem with Baker Hughes and Syufy: On the Role of Entry in Merger Analysis"
before Charles River Associates Incorporated, Conference on Economists’ Perspective on Antitrust Today, The Boston Mariott Hotel, Boston, MA, April 25, 1996
- "Hot Topics at the Federal Trade Commission"
before American Bar Association, Section of Antitrust Law, 44th Annual Spring Meeting, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC, March 28, 1996
- "Horizontal Price-Fixing in Cyberspace"
before The 1996 Antitrust Conference: Antitrust Issues in Today’s Economy. Sponsored by: The Conference Board, The New York Hilton & Towers Hotel, New York, New York, March 7, 1996
- "Product Differentiation Through Space and Time: Some Antitrust Policy Issues"
before the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Committee, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York City, New York, February 6, 1996
- "Vertical Restraints with Horizontal Consequences: CompetitiveEffects of "Most-Favored-Customer" Clauses"
before Business Development Associates, Inc. Antitrust 1996 Conference, Washington, D.C., September 28, 1995