Fred S. McChesney

Fred S. McChesney is an economist specializing in deregulation and anti-trust policy and is also a law professor at Northwestern University. He is the author of Money for Nothing: Politicians, Rent Extraction and Political Extraction (1997).



by Donald J. Boudreaux on Aug 15, 2008

Antitrust legislation seeks to break up big companies and industry monopolies in order to keep markets competitive, but sometimes favors narrow interest groups.