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Farzana Afridi, Indian Statistical Institute
Sandra Aguilar, Columbia University
Josefa Aguirre, Pontificia Universidad Catolica
Nova Ahmed, Northsouth University
Esther Arenas Arroyo, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business
Girija Borker, The World Bank
Deniz Civril, Wellesley College
Elia De la Cruz Toledo He, Loyola Marymount University
Ashwini Deshpande, Ashoka University
Hanno Foerster, Boston College
Naomi Friedman-Sokuler, Bar-Ilan University
Yana Gallen, University of Chicago
Eleonora Guarnieri, ifo Institute Munich
Katherine Hay, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Marup M. Hossain, University of Florida
Alice Hsiaw, Brandeis University
Erin Johnson, The Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World
Hillary C. Johnson, The World Bank
Scott Kim, University of Pennsylvania
Roee Levy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Juan Matta, New York University
Martin Mattsson, Yale University
Sona Mitra, IFMR
Ana Maria Montoya, Universidad de Chile
Natalia Nollenberger Castro, IE University, Spain
Emma Riley, University of Oxford
Barbara Sadaba, Bank of Canada
Ursina M. Schaede, University of Zurich
Claudia Senik, Paris School of Economics
Dipa Sinha, Ambedkar University Delhi
Ana Tur-Prats, University of California at Merced
Luana Zaccaria, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance
Fatima T. Zahra, Harvard University

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