Theodosia Stavroulaki

Theodosia Stavroulaki is an Assistant Professor of Law at Gonzaga University School of law. Her teaching and research interests include antitrust, health law, and law and inequality. Before joining Gonzaga University Theodosia served as a Jaharis Faculty Fellow at the DePaul College of Law, Grotius Research Scholar at Michigan University School of Law, and Hauser Global Fellow at NYU School of Law. Theodosia holds a PhD in antitrust law from the European University Institute.

How the Wrong Presumptions Led to the Wrong Conclusions in the United/Change Healthcare Merger

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Opening the Black Box: The Hidden Costs of Data-Driven Mergers in Health Care

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