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Maya Bidanda, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Geoffrey Borchhardt, Yale University
Daniel J. Brown, Harvard Business School
April Burrage, University of Massachusetts
Ratchanon Chotiputsilp, Rotterdam School of Management
Fulton C. Eaglin, Harvard University
Tarikua Erda, Columbia University
Lukas F. Fischer, Columbia University
Danying Fu, Said Business School
Minmo Gahng, University of Florida
Caroline Genc, Paris Dauphine University
Ines Goncalves, Nova School of Business and Economics
Roberto Hsu Rocha, UC Berkeley
Xiameng Hua, UC San Diego
Young Soo Jang, University of Chicago
Chhaya Kolavalli, Kauffman Foundation
Jing lan, Norwegian School of Economics
Jessica L. Looze, Kauffman Foundation
Benedetta Montanaro, Politecnico di Milano
Heritage E. Oyelade, University of Texas at San Antonio
Junjun Quan, Columbia University
Hedieh Rashidi Ranjbar, University of Michigan
Valentina Rutigliano, University of British Columbia
Le Tang, Cornell University
Max Y. Wang, Columbia University
Xi Wang, University of Georgia
Sherry Xue, London School of Economics
Tong Yu, Imperial College London
Daniel N. Yue, Harvard University
Kangying Zhou, Yale University

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