GAINESVILLE, Fla. – April 8, 2013: The University of Florida recently hosted a conference honoring the life work of Robert F. Lanzillotti. The conference, Cartels: a Conference in Honor of Robert F. Lanzillotti, was sponsored by the Robert F. Lanzillotti Public Policy Research Center at the Warrington College of Business Administration and the Levin College of Law.
The invitation-only event, held March 1-2, was attended by some of the leading economists and attorneys in the antitrust field. The guest speakers included experts from the University of Pennsylvania, University of Michigan, University of Florida, Duke University, and Harvard University. Dr. Lanzillotti was the conference’s featured speaker, educating and entertaining the audience with a review and analysis of his work from the previous five decades. His talk, Cartels and Cartel Detection: An Empirical View, was well received by all in attendance.
Info Tech is honored to have Dr. Lanzillotti as an Associate Consultant for the company.
“Dr. Lanzillotti’s contributions to the University of Florida are legendary, and Info Tech has been fortunate to have benefited from his energy and intelligence since his retirement from UF,” Dr. James T. McClave, Info Tech President, said. “Bob has been a mentor and friend to all of us at Info Tech. As a valued member of the Info Tech family, he sets a standard to which we all aspire.”