Agenda

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Participants

Below is a list of conference attendees.
Katherine Barnes, University of Arizona
Timothy Barnum, Texas A&M University
Gregory DeAngelo, Claremont Graduate University
Miguel Defigueiredo, University of Connecticut
Rob Gillezeau, University of Victoria
Aria Golestani, University of California at Irvine
Felipe Gonçalves, University of California at Los Angeles
Ben Grunwald, University of Pennsylvania
Ria Ivandic, London School of Economics
Benjamin Jakubowski, New York University
Tom Kirchmaier, London School of Economics
Sarah Komisarow, Duke University
Vikram Maheshri, University of Houston
maxim massenkoff, University of California at Berkeley
Anita Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Aurelie Ouss, University of Pennsylvania
Kerri Raissian, University of Connecticut
Greg Ridgeway, University of Pennsylvania
John Roman, University of Chicago
Evan Rose, University of California at Berkeley
Ryan Sakoda, Harvard University
Robert Sampson, Harvard University
Matteo Sandi, London School of Economics
Kevin Schnepel, Simon Fraser University
Megan Stevenson, University of Virginia
Marina Toger, Uppsala University
Sarit Weisburd, Tel Aviv University
Morgan Williams, New York University

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