Marek Hlavac is a Ph.D. student in Political Economy and Government at Harvard University. His research interests include labor economics, the political economy of redistribution, and international political economy.
With Harry J. Holzer, former Chief Economist at the United States Department of Labor, he is the author of analyses of historical and recent labor market developments in the United States. In the past, Marek has worked as a Consultant in the World Bank’s Development Economics Research Department, and as a Research Analyst at NERA Economic Consulting, where he focused on antitrust cases and litigation in the health care industry.
Marek holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics, summa cum laude, from Princeton University, and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University. At Princeton University, he was awarded the Halbert White’72 Prize for the most outstanding economics student, as well as an award for the best research thesis.