Victor P. Goldberg
Jerome Greene Professor of Transactional Law
Columbia Law School
Professor Goldberg teaches at Columbia Law School, where he joined the faculty in 1988. His recent course offerings have included Contracts, Deals, Contracts and Economic Organization, and Law and Economics. His research interests revolve around law and economics, antitrust, regulation, and contracts. Before joining Columbia, he taught at Northwestern University Law School (1983 through 1988). Prior to his tenure at Northwestern, Professor Goldberg taught Economics at the University of California (Davis) from 1967 to 1983.
Professor Goldberg has also served as a law and economics fellow at the University of Chicago (1984), a member of the Institute for Advanced Study (1978-1979), and a fellow for the Center for the Study of Public Choice (1975-1976).
Education: B.A., Oberlin College (1963); M.A., Yale University (1964); Ph.D., Yale University (1970)
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