Professor and Vice Dean of Faculty and Research; Johns Hopkins University's Carey Business School
Valerie Y. Suslow, PhD (Economics, Stanford University) joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in August 2015 as Professor and Vice Dean of Faculty & Research. Her research is focused on the economics of explicit price-fixing and cartel operations, specifically the determinants of cartel duration and how organizational features of cartels contribute to their stability. Her most recent work analyzes the extent to which cartels use vertical restraints as a facilitating device to control downstream firms.
Honors and Distinctions include:
- Senior Editor, Antitrust Law Journal
- Jerry S. Cohen Memorial Fund Writing Award for Antitrust Scholarship, Best Vertical Restraints Article of 2014 for “How Do Cartels Use Vertical Restraints? Reflections on Bork’s The Antitrust Paradox” (Journal of Law & Economics, 2014)
- Victor L. Bernard Faculty Award for Leadership in Teaching, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, 2004