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Nour Abdul-Razzak, University of Chicago
Nobuo Akai, Osaka University
Ashna Arora, Columbia University
Katherine Y. Barnes, University of Arizona
Jordi Blanes, London School of Economics
Brice Cooke, University of Chicago
Robynn J.A. Cox, University of Southern California
Max Crowley, Pennsylvania State University
Binta Zahra Diop, University of Oxford
Patricio Domínguez Rivera, University of California at Berkeley
Ryan Fackler, University of Pennsylvania
Elizabeth Glazer, City of New York
Felipe M. Gonçalves, University of California at Los Angeles
Robert M. Gonzalez, University of South Carolina
Zach Honoroff, University of Chicago
Menusch Khadjavi, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Sarah A G. Komisarow, Duke University
Phoebe Lin, University of Chicago
Vikram Maheshri, University of Houston
Greg Midgette, Rand Corporation
Anita Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Aurelie Ouss, University of Pennsylvania
Rina S.E. Park, Teachers College, Columbia University
John Roman, University of Chicago
Ryan Sakoda, Harvard University
Yotam Shem-Tov, University of California at Los Angeles
Ruchi Singh, University of Georgia
Allison L. Stashko, University of Utah
Megan T. Stevenson, University of Virginia
Thandiwe Weza, New York University

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