In the summer semester 2023, Tamara Gutfleisch will be interim professor at the chair of Daniela Grunow at the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main.
Between 2010 and 2017, Tamara Gutfleisch studied Social Sciences as well as Sociology and Empirical Social Research at the University of Cologne. She completed her PhD within the project "Employers' Hiring Decisions Towards Young People" (PI: Robin Samuel) at the University of Luxembourg in March 2021. In her dissertation, she studied the role of applicants‘ gender, ethnicity, and unemployment in employers’ hiring preferences using data from multifactorial vignette experiments. Since April 2021, Tamara Gutfleisch has been a research associate at the Mannheim Center for European Social Research (MZES) in the project "Upwardly Mobile Through STEM? STEM Competences, Participation and Returns Among Ethnic Minority Women and Men in Germany" (PI: Irena Kogan).
Her research interests include social inequalities in education, work, and employment with a focus on gender and migration-specific inequalities. Her research is mainly based on quantitative methods and survey experimental data.