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Susan Alesina
Belinda Archibong, Columbia University
Lydia Assouad, Paris School of Economics
Carlos Avenancio, Indiana University
Duman Bahrami-Rad
Chris A. Bidner, Simon Fraser University
Gemma Dipoppa, University of Pennsylvania
Jon Eguia, Michigan State University
Thomas Epper, University of St. Gallen
Helena Foulkes
Kai Gehring, University of Bern
Arda Gitmez, Bilkent University
Lucia Halpern
Yujung G. Hwang, Johns Hopkins University
Mathias Iwanowsky, University of Munich
Karam Kang, Carnegie Mellon University
Anne Sofie B. Knudsen, Lund University
Matt Lowe, University of British Columbia
Andreas Madestam, Stockholm University
Jose G. Montalvo, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Petra Laura Oreskovic, Harvard University
Itzchak T. Raz, Hebrew University
John Roemer, University of California, Davis
Emilie Sartre, Center for Research in Economics and Statistics (CREST)
Ursina M. Schaede, University of Zurich
Julien Senn, University of Zurich
Kenneth Shepsle, Harvard University
Clara Sievert, Harvard University
Julia Tattersall McGinnis
Pietro Tommasino, Bank of Italy
Ana Tur-Prats, University of California at Merced
Felipe Valencia Caicedo, University of British Columbia
Alexander Yarkin, Brown University

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