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Henry R. Hyatt, Ph.D.

Email: Henry.R.Hyatt@Gmail.com
Phone: (301) 763-7884

Last Update: December 17, 2016

Education

05/21/2009
Ph.D. in Economics, University of California, Berkeley

08/15/2003
B.A. in Economics, summa cum laude, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Work Experience and Professional Affiliations

2016-
Elected Secretary/Treasurer, Business and Economics Statistics Section, American Statistical Association

2015-
Elected Member, NBER Conference on Research in Income and Wealth

2014-
Research Fellow, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)

2013-
Senior Economist, Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau

2009-2013
Economist, Center for Economic Studies, U.S. Census Bureau

2007-2009
Research Analyst, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California

2007-2009
Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, U.C. Berkeley

2006-2007
Graduate Student Researcher, Department of Industrial Relations, State of California

2004-2006
Research Assistant, Institute for Business and Economic Research, U.C. Berkeley

Teaching

Spring 2009
Introductory Economics, U.C. Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)

Fall 2008
Game Theory, U.C. Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)

Spring 2008
Intermediate Microeconomics, U.C. Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)

Fall 2007
Introductory Econometrics, UC Berkeley (Graduate Student Instructor)

Papers

Publications

Working Papers

Work in Progress

  • Cairo, Isabel, Henry Hyatt, and Nellie Zhao. 2016. “The U.S. Job Ladder in the New Millennium.” Unpublished draft, U.S. Census Bureau.
    • Presentations: George Washington University Trade Study Group.
      By Isabel Cairo: U.S. Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Seminar Series.
      By Nellie Zhao: Midwest Macro Spring 2015 Conference, Society for Economic Dynamics 2015 Conference
  • Hyatt, Henry and Tucker McElroy. 2016. “Employment Reallocation, Unemployment, and Earnings: A Vector Autoregression Approach.” Unpublished draft, U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Haltiwanger, John, Henry Hyatt, and Erika McEntarfer. 2016. “Who Moves Up the Job Ladder?”.
    • Presentations by Erika McEntarfer: Society of Labor Economists 2015 Conference
  • Hahn, Joyce, Henry Hyatt, and Hubert Janicki. 2016. “Real Earnings Growth in the U.S. 1993-2014: Job Stayers, Job-to-Job Flows, and Nonemployment.” Unpublished draft, U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Hahn, Joyce, Henry Hyatt, Hubert Janicki, and Stephen Tibbets. “Job-to-Job Flows and Earnings Growth.” Unpublished draft, U.S. Census Bureau.
  • Haltiwanger, John, Henry Hyatt, and Erika McEntarfer. 2015. “Do Workers Move Up the Firm Productivity Job Ladder?” Unpublished draft, University of Maryland.

Other Professional Activity

Presentations

2017
Allied Social Science Associations (American Economic Association session, scheduled)

2016
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (Society of Government Economists session), Society for Economic Dynamics Conference, Econometric Society North American Summer Meeting, Southern Economic Association Conference, Midwest Macro Group Fall Conference

2015
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (American Economic Association session), Bureau of Labor Statistics Seminar Series, U.S. Census Bureau Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Research Lunch, Midwest Economics Association Conference, George Washington University Trade Study Group, Midwest Macro Spring Conference, Bank of Chile Workshop on Wages and Labor Market Dynamics Over the Business Cycle, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis Workshop on Low-Skill Labor Markets and the Macroeconomy, University of Illinois Labor and Employment Relations Seminar, Cornell University Labor Economics/ISS Entrepreneurship Seminar, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Seminar, University of Virginia Macro Economics Seminar, U.S. Census Bureau Center for Economic Studies Seminar

2014
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (Society of Government Economists session), George Washington University Trade Study Group, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School Macro Lunch, International Industrial Organization Conference, Society of Labor Economists Conference, Econometric Society North American Summer Meeting, Society for Economic Dynamics, US Census Bureau: Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Lunch Seminar Series, Joint Statistical Meetings (Business and Economics Section), NBER Conference on Research in Income and Wealth

2013
Eastern Economic Association Conference, Midwest Macroeconomics Group Spring Conference, US Census Bureau: Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Lunch Seminar Series, Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data Conference, Midwest Macroeconomics Group Fall Conference

2012
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (Society of Government Economists session), US Census Bureau Local Employment Dynamics State Partner Workshop, International Industrial Organization Conference, BLS – Census Workshop on Empirical Research in Employment Dynamics, NBER Summer Institute Workshop: Committee on Research in Income and Wealth, LEHD Summer Workshop in Bethesda, MD, Society of Government Economists Conference, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference, US Census Bureau: Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division Lunch Seminar Series

2011
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (Society of Government Economists session), US Census Bureau: Housing, Household and Economic Statistics Lunch Seminar Series, BLS – Census Workshop on Empirical Research in Employment Dynamics, LEHD Summer Workshop at Cornell University, International Atlantic Economic Association

2010
Society of Government Economists Conference, Association for Public Policy and Management Conference, Western Economics Association International Conference, Eastern Economics Association Conference, US Census Bureau: Center for Economic Studies Seminar Series, US Census Bureau: Housing, Household and Economic Statistics Lunch Seminar Series

2009
US Census Bureau: Center for Economic Studies Seminar Series, Department of Treasury: Office of Tax Analysis, Department of Labor: Employee Benefit Security Administration, Institute for Defense Analysis, UC Berkeley Demography Brown Bag

2008
UC Berkeley Public Economics Lunch Seminar, Association for Public Policy and Management Conference, California Department of Industrial Relations: Division of Workers Compensation

2007
UC Berkeley Labor Economics Seminar, Workers Compensation Research Group

Discussant

2015
BLS-Census Summer Workshop

2015
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (American Economic Association session)

2014
International Industrial Organization Conference, BLS-Census Summer Workshop, BEA-Census Workshop

2012
International Industrial Organization Conference

2011
International Atlantic Economic Association Conference

2010
Eastern Economics Association Conference, Western Economics Association International Conference, Association for Public Policy and Management Conference

Session Organizer

2017
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (American Economic Association session)

2015
Allied Social Science Associations Conference (American Economic Association session)

2012
Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management Conference

2011
Western Economics Association International Conference

Referee

IZA Journal of Labor Economics, B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, Eastern Economic Journal, Labour Economics, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Productivity Analysis, Journal of Public Economics,Policy and Practice in Health and Safety, Review of Regional Studies

Reviewer

US Census Bureau Research Data Center Network Project Proposals, Workers Compensation Research Institute Monograph Series

References

John Abowd
Edmund Ezra Day Professor
Department of Economics
School of Industrial and Labor Relations
261 Ives Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, New York 14853-3901

Phone: (607) 255-8024

Email: john.abowd@cornell.edu

David Card
Class of 1950 Professor
Department of Economics
549 Evans Hall #3880
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 947203880

Phone: (510) 642-5222

Email: card@econ.berkeley.edu

John Haltiwanger
Professor of Economics
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742-7211

Phone: (301) 405-3504

Email: haltiwan@econ.umd.edu


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Updated 12/17/2016