INTERVIEW: DOJ - INTERNATIONAL ANTITRUST - COMPETITION POLICY - ENFORCEMENT

Makan DELRAHIM, DoJ: Entrepreneurial spirit, international antitrust, and enforcement norms

Interview conducted by Eleanor Fox, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, New York University School of Law.

Makan Delrahim : Entrepreneurial spirit, international antitrust, and enforcement norms Assistant Attorney General Delrahim, we were delighted that you gave the opening keynote address at the Concurrences/New York University conference on developing countries on October 27, 2017. May I follow up with a few questions? At the Concurrences + NYU Law conference on 27 October 2017, you made reference to your personal and professional backgrounds. The European audience does not—yet—know you well. Could you brief us on your background? If you knew my background, you might think I was an unlikely candidate to represent antitrust enforcement in the United States when, as a child, I emigrated from Iran. In 1979, my parents brought us here from Tehran not only to escape political upheaval, but

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  • US Department of Justice (Washington)
  • New York University

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Eleanor M. Fox, Makan Delrahim, Makan DELRAHIM, DoJ: Entrepreneurial spirit, international antitrust, and enforcement norms, February 2018, Concurrences Review N° 1-2018, Art. N° 85690, pp. 11-12

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