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Angie Acquatella, Harvard University
Alicia Atwood, Vassar College
Samantha Burn, Harvard University
Anne M. Burton, The University of Texas at Dallas
Kevin Connolly, Harvard University
Mathijs de Vaan, University of California at Berkeley
Julia Dennett, Harvard University
Tong Guo, Duke University
Laura E. Henkhaus, Vanderbilt University
Amanda R. Kreider, University of Pennsylvania
Jennifer H. Kwok, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nuria Mas, University of Navarra
Alexander L. Olssen, University of Pennsylvaniia
Daria M. Pelech, Congressional Budget Office
Joseph Pliskin, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Mohan Ramanujan, National Bureau of Economic Research
Kole T. Reddig, West Virginia University
Ljubica Ristovska, Harvard University
Rebecca M. Sachs, Harvard University
William Schpero, Cornell University
Carolyn Stein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Samuel V. Valdez, University of California, Los Angeles

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