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Jorge Aguero, University of Connecticut
Michael D. Bates, University of California at Riverside
Carycruz Bueno, Brown University
Julie Buhl-Wiggers, Copenhagen Business School
Ricardo B. Fonseca, Brown University
Rob Garlick, Duke University
Gregory Gilpin, Montana State University
Douglas N. Harris, Tulane University
David Johnson, Wilfrid Laurier University
Matthew A. Kraft, Brown University
Andrea Lamorgese, Bank of Italy
Guilherme Lichand, University of Zurich
Priya Mukherjee, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Trudie Schils, Maastricht University
Sheetal Sekhri, University of Virginia
Gauri Kartini Shastry, Wellesley College
Larry Singell, University of Texas at Austin
Nicholas Wright, Florida Gulf Coast University
Sharon Xuejing Zuo, Fudan University

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