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Participants

Belinda Archibong, Columbia University
Ulrich Eberle, Princeton University
Kai Gehring, University of Bern
Thomas Lambert, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Roee Levy, Tel Aviv University
Zhao Li, Princeton University
Guilherme Lichand, University of Zurich
Jessie Liu, Johns Hopkins University
Matt Lowe, University of British Columbia
Nicola Mastrorocco, Trinity College Dublin
Anna Nicińska, University of Warsaw
Massimiliano G. Onorato, University of Bologna
Emanuel Ornelas, Sao Paulo School of Economics
Itzchak T. Raz, Hebrew University
Condoleezza Rice, Stanford University
Kenneth Shepsle, Harvard University
Ahmed Skali, University of Groningen
Takuo Sugaya, Stanford University
Ana-Maria Tenekedjieva, Federal Reserve Board
Gabriel Z. Tourek, University of Pittsburgh
Ana Tur-Prats, University of California at Merced

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