Naomi Hausman is a Senior Lecturer in the Strategy Department at the Hebrew University Business School.
Her fields of study include Urban Economics, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Labor Economics, and Public Economics. Her research has been published in The Review of Economics and Statistics, American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, and Innovation Policy and the Economy.
She has been awarded a number of academic grants, including the Alrov Institute Research Grant, the Israel Science Foundation Grant, the US-Israel Bi-national Science Foundation (BSF) Grant, the German-Israel Foundation (GIF) Grant, the Eshkol Research Grant, the NBER Digitization and Copyright Research Grant, the Falk Institute Research Grant, and the Upjohn Institute Early Career Research Grant. Additionally, she has received several dissertation awards and fellowships, including from the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association and from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Dr. Hausman earned her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.
Dr. Hausman serves as an academic consultant to the Bank of Israel Research Department. In addition to her academic experience, Dr. Hausman has done work for several consulting firms, including Charles River Associates, Cornerstone Research, and Lexidale, Inc. She has taught courses in Urban Economics, Labor Economics, and Econometrics.