William E. Kovacic: The Toastmaster

This article is the opening chapter of « William E. Kovacic Liber Amicorum - An Antitrust Tribute » published by the Institute of Competition Law in January 2013. Click here to read this book’s endorsements

When members of the academic community think of the many accomplishments of William Evan Kovacic, they are prone to focus on his contributions to the scholarly literature in such fields as institutional design of regulatory agencies, policy development for emerging competition regimes, and government contracting. Other communities, though, are at least as likely to focus on other accomplishments, skills, attributes, and contributions. To a generation of funding officers at the U.S. Agency for International Development and similar institutions, Bill is probably best known for his delivery of technical assistance to new competition agencies around the globe. To a generation of competition practitioners in the U.S. and Europe, Bill represents the most gripping, enthusiastic speeches and

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William Blumenthal, William E. Kovacic: The Toastmaster, February 2013, Concurrences N° 1-2013, Art. N° 50564, www.concurrences.com

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