Jay Pil Choi is University Distinguished Professor in Economics at Michigan State University. Previously, he held positions at University of New South Wales (2010-14), Seoul National University (1999-2000), and Columbia University (1990-99). He was a recipient of the Social Science Research Council Abe Fellowship, and his academic accomplishments were acknowledged by the Tae-Sung Kim Memorial Prize, the Maekyung-KAEA Economist Award, the Cho Rakkyo Prize, and the Dasan Economist Award. He also served as the President of the Korea-America Economic Association. His research focuses on economic issues related to platform markets, network effects, tying arrangements, and intellectual property rights. He was Co-Editor of International Journal of Industrial Organization and currently serves on the Editorial Board of Information Economics and Policy. He was also Editor of Recent Developments in Antitrust: Theory and Evidence that was published by the MIT Press.