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Julia  Hatamyar

Julia Hatamyar

PhD Candidate, Economics


Julia Hatamyar is a fourth year Ph.D. Candidate in Economics focusing on labor economics and the economics of gender.

After earning her B.A. from the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester, Julia worked as a concert pianist, piano instructor, collaborative classical performer, and audio engineer. She taught undergraduate music coursework at New York University and performed throughout the greater New York City area as a contracted pianist for major educational institutions. Since 2014, Julia has worked in economics and finance in both professional and academic settings. She also holds a professional certification in machine learning.

Julia's dissertation topic is "Labor Market Uncertainties: Female Workers and their Firms", and she will be on the academic job market in Spring 2021.

Research Interests

Labor Economics, Economics of Race and Gender, Applied Microeconomics, Political Economy

Teaching and Professional Experience

  • Course Instructor, Principles of Microeconomics, Miami Herbert Business School, Summer 2020 (upcoming)
  • Research Assistant for Manuel Santos, Miami Herbert Business School, 2018 - Present
  • Teaching Assistant for Stefanos Delikouras, MBA Finance I, Miami Herbert Business School, Spring 2016
  • Investment Analyst Internship, Wasatch Advisors, Spring 2015
  • Course Instructor, Honors Keyboard Skills IV, New York University, Spring 2014
  • Course Instructor, Keyboard Skills IV, New York University, Spring 2014
  • Course Instructor, Piano (beginner to advanced), New York University, Fall 2013 - Spring 2014
  • Private Piano Instructor, 2007 - 2016


  • B.A., University of Rochester, 2007

Honors and Awards

  • Deloitte Institute for Research and Practice in Analytics, Research Grant, 2019
  • University of Miami PhD Research Fellowship, 2015 - Present
Julia  Hatamyar


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