Professor D. Daniel Sokol focuses his teaching and scholarship on complex business issues from early stage start-ups to large multinational businesses and the issues that businesses face: corporate governance, compliance, innovation, pricing strategies, M&A, collusion, technological transformation, and disparate business regulation around the world. Sokol has published his work in law reviews, peer review non law journals, books, and the popular press. He is co-editor of the leading two volume Antitrust Economics Handbook as well as the leading Antitrust Compliance Handbook. Sokol is also active in practitioner circles in the US and abroad. The daily Global Competition Review named Sokol its first non PhD economist Antitrust Academic of the Year in 2014 at its awards ceremony. Sokol is also among the top 10 most cited antitrust law professors in the past five years. He also has testified or presented his work to authorities in the United States and around the world.
He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Florida Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering, where he remains Affiliate Faculty of the Nelms Institute for the Connected World (IoT center). He co-directs the University-wide Competition Policy Initiative, serves as a member of the Department of Economics Robert F. Lanzillotti Public Policy Research Center, and is Affiliate Faculty in the Warrington College of Business (ISOM Department).
Sokol has taught at a number of other universities including: Northwestern Law School, University of Minnesota Law School, University of Tokyo, Catholic University of Chile, University of Haifa and the University of Melbourne. He is a member of the American Law Institute. He also serves as academic advisor to the US Chamber of Commerce and as a non-governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network.