Don Waldman

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Don Waldman

Richard M. Kessler Professor of Economic Studies

Department/Office Information

227 Persson Hall


  • BA, Temple University, 1971
  • MA, Brown University, 1973
  • PhD, Cornell, 1976

University of Maryland 1976-81

  • Industrial organization
  • Public policy toward business
  • Antitrust policy
  • Antitrust policy
  • Regulation and deregulation
  • Social impacts of tax policy
  • Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice, Third Edition with Elizabeth Jensen (Boston: Addison Wesley Longman, 2007);
  • with Rochelle Ruffer, "Microsoft: Who Is Microsoft Today?" in Victor J. Tremblay and Carol Horton Tremblay, eds., Industry and Firm Studies, Fourth Edition (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2007)
  • Microeconomics (Boston: Pearson Addison Wesley, 2004); 
  • Industrial Organization: Theory and Practice with Elizabeth Jensen (Addison Wesley Longman, 1998);
  • Antitrust Action and Market Structure (Lexington Books, 1978);
  • The Economics of Antitrust: Cases and Analysis (Little Brown, 1986); 
  • "Market Structure, Opportunity Costs and Tax Avoidance" with J. Baldani (Review of Industrial Organization, 1990); 
  • "The Inefficiencies of 'Unsuccessful' Price Fixing Agreements" (The Antitrust Bulletin, 1988);
  • "Welfare and Collusion: Comment" (The American Economic Review, 1982); 
  • articles in Antitrust Law and Economics Review, Antitrust Bulletin, Social Science Quarterly, The Review of Industrial Organization, and Nebraska Journal of Economics and Business
  • Economic adviser to Maryland legislature 1979 
  • Economic consultant and expert witness for Maryland Department of Justice in Spiro Agnew case 1981