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Nicaise Aman, University Cheick Anta Diop (UCAD)
Natee Amornsiripanitch, Yale University
Amar Bhide, Tufts University
Xiao Cen, Texas A&M University, Mays Business School
Wendy Chen, Texas Tech University
Weiran Deng, University of Southern California
Pablo Egana del Sol, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mahdi Eghbali, University of Iowa
Travis Howe, Kauffman Foundation
Xing Huang, Washington University in St. Louis
Sunwoo Hwang, University of Cambridge
Mitsuru Igami, Yale University
William Janeway, University of Cambridge
Jessica Jeffers, University of Chicago
Zhao Jin, University of Rochester
Sukhun Kang, London Business School
Bekhzod Khoshimov, Wisconsin School of Business
Jinlin Li, Harvard University
Shannon X. Liu, University of Toronto
Jessica L. Looze, Kauffman Foundation
Alina Malkova, University of Missouri
Denis Medvedev, The World Bank
Mike Meurer, Boston University
Alexander JM. Montag, University of Oxford
Chhavi Rastogi, HEC Paris
Sarada Sarada, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Yusuke Tsujimoto, University of Alberta
Rodrigo A. Wagner, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
Melanie Wallskog, Stanford University
Sheryl Winston Smith, BI Norwegian Business School
Jane Wu, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jiajie Xu, Boston College
Sophia Xue, University of Maryland
Jonathan Zandberg, Boston College

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