Professor Salop teaches courses in Antitrust Law, Economic Reasoning and the Law, and had conducted a Faculty Workshop in Law and Economics. His recent writings include several articles that focus on exclusionary conduct, including articles on the antitrust standard for exclusionary conduct, exclusionary conduct by buyers, and the antitrust standard for refusals to deal and price squeezes. Professor Salop has other articles on the consumer welfare standard, raising rivals’ cost conduct, the first principles approach to antitrust, and vertical mergers. His research focuses on antitrust law and economics and economic analysis of industrial competition and imperfect information. Before joining the Law Center faculty in 1981, he served as Associate Director for Special Projects with the Bureau of Economics of the FTC, as an adjunct professor of economics at the University of Pennsylvania, where he received his B.A. in 1968, and as an economist with the Civil Aeronautics Board and Federal Reserve Board.
"New Vertical Merger Rules Punt Target on Post-Deal Market Shares," coverage by Bloomberg Law, July 6, 2020, featuring Professor Steven Salop.
"The Facts Show That No License/No Chips Was A Successful Policy, Not an Empty Threat – A Reply to Manne and Auer’s New Argument," an opinion piece co-authored by Professor Steven Salop, appearing in Truth on the Market, January 22, 2020,
"Is FRAND Litigation a Credible Threat?: A reply to Mark Lemley, Douglas Melamed and Steven Salop," coverage by Truth on the Market, January 21, 2020, mentioning Professor Steven Salop.
"FTC Must Tackle Anti-Competitive Drug Rebate Practices," coverage by Law 360, May 17, 2019, citing to an article by Professor Steven Salop.