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Participants

Rossi Abi Rafeh, Toulouse School of Economics
Corinne L. Andriola, Boston University
Samantha Burn, Harvard University
Anne M. Burton, The University of Texas at Dallas
Yaming Cao, The Ohio State University
David C. Chan, Stanford University and NBER
Amitabh Chandra, Harvard University and NBER
Benjamin L. Chartock, University of Pennsylvania
Saumya Chatrath, Harvard University
Lucy Chen, Harvard University
Leemore Dafny, Harvard University and NBER
Aileen Devlin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ernest Dorilas, Georgia State University
Chase S. Eck, Baylor College of Medicine
Sarah Eichmeyer, University of Munich
Mateus Ferraz Dias, Princeton University
Yevgeniy Feyman, Boston University
Cristian Figueroa, Boston College
Eilidh Geddes, Northwestern University
Kritika Goel, Boston College
Jonathan Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Benjamin R. Handel, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
Kate Ho, Princeton University and NBER
Nianyi Hong, University of California at Berkeley
Danea Horn, Stanford University
Zi Yang Kang, Stanford University
Paul H. Kim, Northwestern University
Maria Kogelnik, University of California at Santa Barbara
Jonathan T. Kolstad, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
Thomas Minten, London School of Economics
Sendhil Mullainathan, University of Chicago and NBER
Ziad Obermeyer, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
Andrew Olenski, Columbia University
Mayra B. Pineda Torres, Texas A&M University
Eran Politzer, Harvard University
Sarah Robinson, University of California, Santa Barbara
Parker Rogers, University of California at San Diego
Siddhartha Sanghi, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Joshua Schwartzstein, Harvard University
Maggie Shi, Columbia University
Yin Wei Soon, Harvard University
Stephenson Strobel, Cornell University
Brigham C. Walker, Tulane University
Yaying Zhou, Indiana University
Diana Zhu, Yale University

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