Professor Mungan’s research focuses on the economics of law enforcement, intellectual property and innovation, and antitrust law. Professor Mungan has published extensively, including articles published in the Journal of Legal Studies, the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, the Supreme Court Economic Review, the Maryland Law Review, the International Review of Law and Economics, the Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics and the Journal of Public Economic Theory. He is also an associate editor of the International Review of Law and Economics, and is a courtesy professor of economics at Florida State University College of Social Sciences.As a student at George Mason University School of Law, Murat Mungan received the Scott C. Whitney Writing Prize for Excellence in Formal Written Work as well as the Levy Fellowship in Law and Liberty. Professor Mungan also holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Sabanci University in Istanbul, Turkey, as well as a Ph.D. in economics from Boston College. While earning his Ph.D., Professor Mungan was awarded the H. Michael Mann Dissertation Fellowship and taught graduate level Microeconomic Theory I and II. During his time at the College of Law, he has taught Antitrust Law, Law and Economics and Law and Economics: Selected Topics, Corporations, and Empirical Methods for Lawyers.