La Verne Law Professor Kevin S. Marshall has been invited to share his expertise regarding domestic and international competition law and economics at the INSEEC Business School in France.
Marshall, who also teaches courses in economics, finance, public policy and quantitative and qualitative research techniques at La Verne’s College of Business & Public Management, will be delivering a 12-hour lecture over two days at INSEEC’s Paris and Bordeaux campuses from Jan. 28 through Feb. 1.
One of about two dozen visiting experts from around the world, Marshall was invited to France as part of INSEEC’s International Week. The school brings scholars from different international jurisdictions to speak to their international students who have an interest in managing within transnational and global markets.
“I’m excited to participate in the continued global conversations, particularly in my field of law and economics,” Marshall said.
Throughout the program, the business students will learn about several managerial topics relevant to firms competing in global markets. The students, an internationally diverse group, speak English.
Marshall will present materials from his two books about the economics and regulation of domestic and international competition.
His lectures are designed to introduce and familiarize the international business student to several managerial issues often confronted by firms competing within U.S. markets domestically and internationally.
At the conclusion of the lectures, students should be able to identify business practices that might expose a firm to sanctions under U.S. antitrust laws or its fair trade laws.
Marshall, a practicing economist who testifies on antitrust and numerous other economic issues in state and federal courts throughout the U.S., joined the La Verne Law faculty in 2004.