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Klaus Ackermann, Monash University
Arslan Aziz, University of British Columbia
Jiye Baek, Boston University
Yannis Bakos, New York University
Sagit Bar-Gill, Tel Aviv University
Joern Boehnke, Harvard University
Wendy A. Bradley, Southern Methodist University
Hana Choi, University of Rochester
Jane J. Choi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chrysanthos Dellarocas, Boston University
Rebecca DeSimone, Columbia Business School
Timothy J. DeStefano, Harvard University
Paramveer Dhillon, University of Michigan
Maximilian Ehrlich, University of Bern
Annabelle C. Fowler, Harvard University
Jana Gallus, University of California at Los Angeles
Jing Gong, Temple University
Brad N. Greenwood, University of Minnesota
Ameya Hate, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
R. Scott Hiller, Fairfield University
Yu Jeffrey Hu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Shan Huang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Christina A. Kent, Stanford University
Michael Kummer, University of East Anglia
Ohchan Kwon, Harvard University
Anja Lambrecht, London Business School
Myriam Mariani, Bocconi University
Milan Miric, University of Southern California
Tingting Nian, University of California at Irvine
Giorgio Presidente, University of Oxford
Thomas W. Quan, University of Georgia
Mohammad S. Rahman, Purdue University
Sam Ransbotham, Boston College
Oren Rigbi, Ben-Gurion University
Huaxia Rui, University of Rochester
Navdeep S. Sahni, Stanford University
Guillaume Saint-Jacques, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jesse C. Shore, Boston University
Oz Shy, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Monic Sun, Boston University
Neil Thompson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Artem Timoshenko, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Andy Wu, Harvard University
D.j. Wu, Georgia Institute of Technology
Lei Xu, Bank of Canada
Erina Ytsma, Carnegie Mellon University
Michael Zhao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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