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Paolo Abarcar, Mathematica
Francis Annan, Georgia State University
S Anukriti, The World Bank
Belinda Archibong, Columbia University
Augustin Bergeron, Harvard University
Laura E. Boudreau, Columbia University
Diogo Britto, Bocconi University
Christina L. Brown, University of Chicago
Rossella Calvi, Rice University
Josh T. Dean, University of Chicago
Kevin Donovan, Yale University
Rob Garlick, Duke University
Mariaflavia Harari, University of Pennsylvania
Morgan L. Hardy, New York University Abu Dhabi
Jonathan S. Hersh, Chapman University
Allan Hsiao, University of Chicago
Uchechukwu A. Jarrett, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Terence R. Johnson, University of Notre Dame
Philipp M. Kastrau, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Matt Lowe, University of British Columbia
Madeline McKelway, Dartmouth College
Virginia Minni, London School of Economics
Claire Montialoux, University of California at Berkeley
Priya Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Matthew Pecenco, Brown University
Breno Sampaio, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
Amit Sangwan, Reserve Bank of India
Gabriel Z. Tourek, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Margaret Triyana, Wake Forest University
Andrew F. Zeitlin, Georgetown University

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