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Nour Abdul-Razzak, University of Chicago
Katherine Y. Barnes, University of Arizona
Anna Bindler, University of Cologne
Lelys Ilean Dinarte, The World Bank
Patricio Domínguez Rivera, University of California at Berkeley
John A. Fitz-Henley, Dartmouth College
Elizabeth Glazer, City of New York
Felipe M. Gonçalves, University of California at Los Angeles
Robert M. Gonzalez, University of South Carolina
Richard Hahn, New York University
Sarah A G. Komisarow, Duke University
Vikram Maheshri, University of Houston
Miguel A. Morales-Mosquera, University of Chicago
Aurelie Ouss, University of Pennsylvania
Santiago M. Perez, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Tage S. Rai, Science Magazine
Ryan Sakoda, Harvard University
Robert Sampson, Harvard University
Mario L. Small, Harvard University
Megan T. Stevenson, University of Virginia
Cody Tuttle, University of Texas at Austin
Sarit Weisburd, Tel Aviv University
Brad Wible, Science Magazine

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