Anna Stansbury

Anna Stansbury is an Assistant Professor of Work and Organization Studies at MIT Sloan School of Management and a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. She specializes in labor and macro economics, particularly in topics to do with power and institutions in labor markets. She has a PhD in Economics and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard and a BA in Economics from Cambridge.

Antitrust Should Be Used as a Targeted Response to Employer Concentration, But It Can’t Do Everything

A large and growing body of research demonstrates that employer concentration affects the wages of many American workers. Antitrust is an important tool in...

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