David Glasner

Economist
Division:
Antitrust I
Phone:
(202) 326-3345
Email Address:
dglasner@ftc.gov

Selected Publications

  • "The Fisher Effect Under Deflationary Expectations," Social Science Research Network, 2011.
  • "Classical Monetary Theory and the Quantity Theory," History of Political Economy, 2000.
  • "The Capacity Diversion Defense in Owens-Illinois and Donnelly," Antitrust Law Bulletin, 1997.
  • "An Evolutionary Theory of the State Monopoly over Money," with K. Dowd and R. Timberlake, eds., Money and the Nation State: Financial Deregulation, Free Banking and the World Monetary System, 1997.
  • "The Real-Bills Doctrine in the Light of the Law of Reflux," History of Political Economy, 1992.
  • "The Use of Price Tests in Merger Analysis," with S. Stockum,  Journal of Reprints in Antitrust Law and Economics, 1992.
  • "On Some Classical Monetary Controversies," History of Political Economy, 1989.
  • "A Reinterpretation of Classical Monetary Theory," Southern Economic Journal, 1986.
  • "On the Difference Between Wealth and Liberty," International Review of Law and Economics, 1982.
  • "How Natural is the Government's Monopoly over Money?” with J. Dorn, ed., Alternative to Government Fiat Money.

Education

UCLA
PhD, Economics
1977
UCLA
MA, Economics
1973
UCLA
BA, Economics
1970

Fields of Interest

  • Industrial Organization
  • Antitrust
  • History of Economics
  • Monetary Theory and Policy

Professional Experience

Economist
Federal Trade Commission