Calixto Salomão Filho
Calixto Salomão Filho is a Full Professor at the University of São Paulo Law School since 2002 and Professor at the Institut d´etudes politiques de Paris (Science Po) since 2.007. He has been a visiting professor or fellow in different institutions (Max Planck Institut für ausländisches und internationals Privatrecht of Hamburg – visiting fellow – 1991/1992 and 1993); Yale Law School (visiting professor, 2.017, visiting fellow, John M. Olin Fellowship for Studies in Capitalism, 1998- 1999); and Harvard Law School (visiting scholar, 2.003) and is currently member of the Academic Council of the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School. He has written on topics as antitrust, regulation, corporate law and human rights, patent law, economic law and law and development. Most relevant books published: Histoire critique des monopoles (Paris, LGDJ, 2.010), A legal theory of economic power – and its implications for social and economic development (Cheltenham, Northhampton, Edgar Elgar, 2.011) , Direito Concorrencial (2ª edição, Rio de Janeiro, Forense 2.021) e O poder de controle na sociedade anônima (together with Fábio Konder Comparato) (Rio de Janeiro, Forense, 2013 – 6 edição); Monopolies and underdevelopment – from colonial past to global reality (Cheltenham, Northhampton, Edgar Elgar, 2.015), Teoria critico estruturalista do direito comercial (Buenos Aires – São Paulo, Marcial Pons, 2015), Regulação da atividade econômica, (2ª edição, São Paulo, Quartier Latin, 2021).