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Amarita Natt
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Transfer Pricing Analyst
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Transfer Pricing, Data Analysis, Relational Databases, SQL, PostgreSQL, Perl, STATA, Econometrics
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Senior in Transfer Pricing with a passion for Big Data in the social sciences and economic research.
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I am a Senior in the Transfer Pricing/Economics group at Ernst & Young. My transfer pricing project experience includes documentation, advance pricing agreements, headquarter cost allocations, cost sharing agreements, and audit provisions. Other projects include embedded software analysis for indirect tax teams and leasing allocation studies.

My background is primarily research-oriented. I am very experienced with administrating large relational databases, constructing datasets, and conducting econometric analysis of data. I continue to pursue research using large public datasets, primarily looking at occupational shocks among various groups.

I am particularly interested in the role of Big Data in the social sciences and the future of quantitative analysis in the social sciences using Big Data. Areas of interest include pitfalls of big data analysis, communication between data scientists and social scientists (especially in variable definition and creation), and ways to increase collaboration and transparency among social scientists invested in quantitative analysis using Big Data.
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Los Angeles, CA
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Upland, CA - Boston, MA
TCB is an excellent bike shop! Chris is wonderful at helping you choose the bike that's right for you and building it out exactly the way you want it. Everyone at the shop is so welcoming and friendly; there's always fresh banana bread and coffee waiting, along with comfy chairs to hang out in if you've got some time. The location is perfect for mountain biking (though everyone, including us non-mountain-bikers are more than welcome), and the Saturday shop rides and Wednesday adventures are great for building a community of cyclists!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
The location was great, the service was excellent, and the sherry was a welcome treat after a long day of bike riding. We stayed here on the third of six days of bike touring and were delighted at the comfortable rooms and super friendly staff. Breakfast was downright gourmet and Lynn was lovely, taking some time to show us detailed maps of Maine and give us advice on our bike route for the coming day. Bonus: easy walking distance to restaurants, etc. without being right in the thick of things.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Stayed last night as the first stop on a weeklong bike tour. Not only are Claire and Dave incredibly well traveled and interesting, with several bike journeys of their own, but they are also very sweet! The beer waiting for us at the end of our long ride was so refreshing, and they were kind enough to cook us dinner so we didn't have to hop back on the bikes or order pizza. Rooms were lovely and comfortable and breakfast was delicious!
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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This was far and away the best B&B I've ever experienced. Kathy and Jim were so accommodating and friendly! They met us at the door with towels after a long and soggy bike ride, offered rags to clean our bikes, and were ready with tea to rejuvenate us. We stayed in the Juniper Suite, which was gorgeous. There were fresh blueberry muffins waiting for us and the room was just so relaxing and comfortable. The gardens are amazing and so serene -- I have almost no knowledge of plants, but it was just so lovely! The icing on the amazing cake was Kathy lending us her car to pick up dinner so that we didn't have to order in or get back on the bikes. In the morning they were super flexible about letting us stick around to wait out the rain. Overall a delightful stop for the second day (of six) of our bike tour this year.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago