Andrew Chamberlain
Andrew Chamberlain
Chief Economist, Glassdoor Inc.
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Who pays taxes and who receives government spending? An analysis of federal, state and local tax and spending distributions, 1991-2004
A Chamberlain, GT Prante
Tax Foundation Working Paper, 2007
382007
Demystifying the Gender Pay Gap: Evidence from Glassdoor Salary Data
A Chamberlain
Glassdoor Economic Research Working Paper, 2016
37*2016
Incentives can reduce bias in online reviews
I Marinescu, N Klein, A Chamberlain, M Smart
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
272018
What does America think about taxes
A Chamberlain
The 2007 annual survey of US attitudes on taxes and wealth. Tax Foundation …, 2007
20*2007
Does company culture pay off? Analyzing stock performance of'Best Places to Work'companies
A Chamberlain
Glassdoor Research Report, 2015
172015
Why Is Hiring Taking Longer? New Insights from Glassdoor Data
A Chamberlain
16*2015
What matters more to your workforce than money
A Chamberlain
Harvard Business Review, 3-6, 2017
152017
Incentives can reduce bias in online employer reviews.
I Marinescu, A Chamberlain, M Smart, N Klein
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2021
142021
Why do employees stay? A clear career path and good pay, for starters
A Chamberlain
Harvard Business Review, 2017
142017
Progress on the gender pay gap: 2019
A Chamberlain, D Zhao, A Stansell
Glassdoor Economic Research, March 27, 2019
132019
Online reviews are biased. Here’s how to fix them
N Klein, I Marinescu, A Chamberlain, M Smart
Harvard Business Review, 2018
132018
CEO to worker pay ratios: Average CEO earns 204 times median worker pay
A Chamberlain
Glassdoor Economic Research Blog, 2015
132015
Why do workers quit? The factors that predict employee turnover
M Smart, A Chamberlain
Glassdoor Research Report Whitepaper, 1-19, 2016
112016
Who pays for climate policy? New estimates of the household burden and economic impact of a US cap-and-trade system
A Chamberlain
Tax foundation working paper, 2009
102009
Give to get: A mechanism to reduce bias in online reviews
A Chamberlain, M Smart
Technical Report. Glassdoor Research Report, 2017
92017
The pipeline problem: How college majors contribute to the gender pay gap
A Chamberlain, J Jayaraman
Glassdoor Economic Research, 2017
82017
Estimating Federal Tax Burdens for Major City Areas, Counties, and US Congressional Districts
GT Prante, A Chamberlain
Tax Foundation working paper, 2007
72007
The key to happy customers? Happy employees
A Chamberlain, D Zhao
Harvard Business Review, 2019
62019
Urban crime and spatial proximity to liquor: evidence from a quasi-experiment in seattle
A Chamberlain
Available at SSRN 2502610, 2014
62014
China’s Repealed Agricultural Tax
A Chamberlain
62006
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
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