THE FTC DURING THE ADMINISTRATION OF WILLIAM J. CLINTON (1993-2001)
More Than Law Enforcement: The FTC’s Many Tools – A Conversation with Tim Muris and Bob Pitofsky 72 ANTITRUST L.J. 773 (2005). An extended discussion between two prominent FTC Chairs.
ROBERT PITOFSKY, ED., HOW THE CHICAGO SCHOOL OVERSHOT THE MARK, THE EFFECT OF CONSERVATIVE ECONOMIC ANALYSIS ON U.S. ANTITRUST, (2008). A critique of developments in antitrust.
RICHARD A. HARRIS AND SIDNEY M. MILKIS, THE POLITICS OF REGULATORY CHANGE: A TALE OF TWO AGENCIES (2nd Ed. 1996) (a comparative study of the Federal Trade Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency).
Robert Pitofsky, Esq., interviews conducted by the Oral History Project, the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit, 2003- 2004. As noted above, Pitofsky was Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection (1970-73), Commissioner (1978-81), and Chairman (1996-2001). He also had an extensive academic career, including service as Dean of Georgetown University Law School, as well as a career in private practice.
Joan Z. Bernstein, Esq., interviews conducted by the Oral History Project, The Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit, 1998-2000. As noted above, Bernstein served as Deputy Director and Acting Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection during the 1970s, and Bureau Director from 1995-2011. In addition to work in the private sector, Bernstein also served as General Counsel of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services.
In addition, the ABA Oral History Project has interviews with:
- Joan Z. (Jodie) Bernstein. See biography above. (Interview conducted 2008.)
- Thomas P. Leary. Following a career in the private sector, Leary served as a Commissioner from 1999 to2005. (Interview conducted in 2007.)
- Robert Pitofsky. See biography above. (Interview conducted in 2007.)
See also materials listed under Broad Surveys.