Greg Day is an assistant professor of legal studies at the Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business. Before Dr. Day's academic appointment, he practiced law at Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP in the firm's Commercial Counseling practice group. Dr. Day also has a Ph.D. in political science (with a focus in international relations) from the University of Mississippi. Currently, Dr. Day's research primarily concerns the legal aspects of markets and market failure. Oftentimes these works touch upon the relationship between innovation and competition. In Dr. Day's free time, he is in search of America's best BBQ. Dr. Day is also a member of the Oklahoma bar.
EducationJD, University of North Carolina, School of Law, 2013
Ph D, University of Mississippi, Political Science, 2010
BA, Antioch College, Social and Global Studies, 2003
Awards and HonorsAward for Proceedings Paper, "Competition and Piracy" (2016)
Award for Proceedings Paper, "Irrational Investors and the Puzzling Structure of Corporate Inversions" (2015)