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Yannis Bakos, New York University
Ceren Budak, UC, Santa Barbara
Gordon Burtch, University of Minnesota
Chrysanthos Dellarocas, Boston University
Anil R. Doshi, UCL School of Management
Eugene Flood, Acappella Partners
Anindya Ghose, New York University
Matt Goldman, University of California at San Diego
Jacob Gramlich, Federal Reserve Board
Andrei Hagiu, Boston University
Davidson Heath, University of Utah
R. Scott Hiller, Fairfield University
Robert Hunt, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Muhammad Z. Hydari, University of Pittsburgh
Elana Krasnokutskaya, Johns Hopkins University
Michael Kummer, University of East Anglia
Xitong Li, MIT Sloan School of Management
Myriam Mariani, Bocconi University
Joe Noon
Joo Hee Oh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Geoffrey Parker, Tulane University
Sandy Pentland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jui Ramaprasad, McGill University
Shachar Reichman, Tel Aviv University
James Sappenfield, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Liron Sivan, Carnegie Mellon University
K. Sudhir, Yale University
Arun Sundararajan, New York University
Neil Thompson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sunil Wattal, Temple University
D.j. Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Marios Zachariadis, University of Cyprus
Georgios Zervas, Boston University

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