Hiba Hafiz

Hiba Hafiz is an Assistant Professor of Law at Boston College Law School. She also serves as an affiliate fellow at the Thurman Arnold Project at Yale University. Her research focuses on legal and regulatory solutions to labor market concentration, employer buyer power, and broader labor market failures as well as improving the institutional design of labor market regulation in the administrative state. Her work has been published in leading law reviews, including the University of Chicago Law Review, Michigan Law Review, Duke Law Journal, Wisconsin Law Review, and the Cardozo Law Review, among others. Her popular writing has been featured in news and radio outlets as well as academic blogs and podcasts, including the New York Times, The Atlantic, WBUR, the Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog, Our Curious Amalgam: ABA Antitrust Law Section Podcast, among others.

How Antitrust Can Better Regulate Thin Labor Markets

Thin markets, characterized by a small number of participants and low transaction volumes, create particular problems for antitrust enforcers. Hiba Hafiz explores the incoherent,...

Why a “Whole-of-Government” Approach is the Solution to Antitrust’s Current Labor Problem

For the majority of America’s regulatory history, the problem of employer monopsony was understood as a competition policy issue that required direct government-wide labor...

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