Lina Khan writes about industry consolidation and its political economic effects, including the connection between market structure and democracy, and the evolution of antitrust law. She is currently a fellow with the Open Markets Program at New America and with the Information Society Project at Yale, and is pursuing a J.D. at Yale Law School. Lina previously researched market consolidation across sectors at New America and served as policy director for Zephyr Teachout during her 2014 gubernatorial bid in New York. Before that she was on a journalism fellowship in Delhi, India, where she reported on a grassroots political movement built around transparency legislation and the right to information.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2016