How Hybrid Working From Home Works Out - National Bureau of Economic Research

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We thank discussants at Berkeley, Stanford, USC, UCLA, SAIF-FISF joint seminar at Shanghai, AMES 2022, ESAM 2022, and Luohan Academy. We thank the Smith Richardson Foundation and Toulouse Network for Information Technology for co-funding. Finally, we thank Jennifer Cao, Tracy Zhang, Sherry Ye, Fangyuan Chen, Xing Zhang, Ying He, Junyi Li, Byron Ye from Trip.com and Mert Akan from Stanford for data, advice, and logistical support. No funding was received from Trip.com. James Liang is the co-founder, former CEO, and current Chairman of Trip.com. No other co-author has any financial relationship with Trip. Neither the results nor the paper was pre-screened by anyone. The experiment was registered with the American Economics Association after the experiment had begun (when Bloom and Han were invited to analyze the data) but before any data was analyzed. The experiment was IRB-exempt as the experiment was initiated by Trip.com before Bloom and Han joined the project, and only anonymous data was shared with the Stanford team. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

We thank discussants at Berkeley, Stanford, USC, UCLA, SAIF-FISF joint seminar at Shanghai, AMES 2022, ESAM 2022, and Luohan Academy. We thank the Smith Richardson Foundation and Toulouse Network for Information Technology for co-funding. Finally, we thank Jennifer Cao, Tracy Zhang, Sherry Ye, Fangyuan Chen, Xing Zhang, Ying He, Junyi Li, Byron Ye from Trip.com and Mert Akan from Stanford for data, advice, and logistical support. No funding was received from Trip.com. James Liang is the co-founder, former CEO, and current Chairman of Trip.com. No other co-author has any financial relationship with Trip. Neither the results nor the paper was pre-screened by anyone. The experiment was registered with the American Economics Association after the experiment had begun (when Bloom and Han were invited to analyze the data) but before any data was analyzed. The experiment was IRB-exempt as the experiment was initiated by Trip.com before Bloom and Han joined the project, and only anonymous data was shared with the Stanford team. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

How Hybrid Working From Home Works Out - National Bureau of Economic Research
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