Professor of Economics, Queen’s University
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Marc Van Audenrode, Pierre Cremieux
Ph.D., economics, Queen’s University; M.A., industrial economics, University of Sussex (England); B.A, economics, University of Cambridge
Summary of Experience:
Roger Ware focuses his research on industrial organization, antitrust economics, intellectual property, and telecommunications and energy economics. In addition to publishing many articles in these areas, Professor Ware co-authored (with Dr. Jeffrey Church) Industrial Organization: A Strategic Approach (McGraw-Hill, 2000), a major text on antitrust economics that is frequently cited by experts and practitioners.
Professor Ware has consulted on many recent competition cases, and has testified as an expert witness before Canada’s Competition Tribunal. His expert testimony on behalf of the respondent in Commissioner of Competition v. Canada Pipe, Ltd. (2005) contributed to the first respondent victory in an Abuse of Dominance case since the 1986 passage of the Canadian Competition Act.