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Aslihan Asil

Yale University

aslihan.asil@yale.edu
Curriculum Vitae

About

I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Financial Economics at Yale University. I received my J.D. from Yale Law School in 2021 and graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics from Princeton University in 2017. My research focuses on antitrust law. My secondary fields include contracts and business organizations.


Research

Misaligned Measures of Control: Private Equity’s Antitrust Loophole
with Thomas G. Wollmann and John M. Barrios
Virginia Law & Business Review (2023)
Can Machines Commit Crimes Under US Antitrust Laws?
with Thomas G. Wollmann
The University of Chicago Business Law Review (2024)
When is the Robinson-Patman Act's Prohibition on Differential Pricing Pro-Competitive?
(working paper)
When Do Non-Price Vertical Restraints Become Unreasonable?
(working paper)
How Do Commercial Banks Leverage Market Power?
(working paper) with Jakub Kastl
Painful Bargaining: Evidence from Anesthesia Rollups
(working paper) with Paulo Ramos, Amanda Starc, and Thomas G. Wollmann
Data Markets and Platform Acquisitions

Conferences

America Law and Economics Association Annual Meeting (May 2023)
Misaligned Measures of Control: Private Equity’s Antitrust Loophole
Conference on Empirical Legal Studies (Oct. 2023)
Misaligned Measures of Control: Private Equity’s Antitrust Loophole
How Do Commercial Banks Leverage Market Power?
Cambridge-USC Virtual Antitrust Workshop (Dec. 2023)
When Do Non-Price Vertical Restraints Become Unreasonable?

Media Coverage

A Q&A with Private Equity Researcher Aslihan Asil (Apr. 2023)
by Ben Remaly in Global Competition Review