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Session Format: 45 minute sessions, we will have 20 minute presentations, 15 minutes allocated to discussant, 10 minutes of open Q&A.



Matteo Benetton, University of California at Berkeley
Fousseni Chabi-Yo, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Laurie Hodrick, Columbia University
Jessica Jeffers, University of Chicago
Lorena Keller, University of Pennsylvania
Eben Lazarus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Xing Liu, University of British Columbia
Alexander Michaelides, Imperial College London
Claudia Moise, Duke University
Scott T. Nelson, University of Chicago
Claudia Robles Garcia, Stanford University
David Schoenherr, Princeton University
Gill Segal, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Sheri T. Tice, Tulane University


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