| Wallace P. Mullin
Wallace P. Mullin is Associate Professor of Economics, and Director of the Program in Industry Organization and Policy at the George Washington University, where he has been a faculty member since 2002.
He served as a Senior Economist with the Presidentç´ Council of Economic Advisers in 2001-2002. He worked on antitrust and regulatory issues, including airline security after September 11.
Mullin received his Ph.D. from MIT in 1992, where Paul Joskow was his advisor.
Mullinç´ research has been published by the American Economic Review, the Rand Journal of Economics, and the Journal of Law and Economics. Much of his research has employed historical episodes to shed light on contemporary issues of firm behavior and antitrust enforcement.