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Francisca M. Antman

Associate Professor of Economics
University of Colorado Boulder
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Emmanuelle Marie Auriol

Professor of Economics
Toulouse School Of Economics
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Martha Bailey

Professor of Economics
University of California-Los Angeles
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Chris Barrett

Professor of Economics
Cornell University
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Kaushik Basu

Carl Marks Professor of International Studies
Cornell University
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Francine D. Blau

Professor of Economics
Cornell University
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Mausumi Das

Professor of Economics
Institute of Economic Growth
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Eliana La Ferrara

Professor of Economics
Bocconi University
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Rema Hanna

Cheah Professor of South East Asia Studies
Harvard Kennedy School
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Randi Hjalmarsson

Professor of Economics
University of Gothenburg
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Viktoria Hnatkovska

Associate Professor of Economics
University of British Columbia
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Karla Hoff

Adjunct Professor in the Department of Economics and the School of International and Public Affairs
Columbia University
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Caroline Hoxby

Scott and Donya BommerProfessor in Economics
Stanford University
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Chinhui Juhn

Professor of Economics
University of Houston
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Trevon D. Logan

Professor of Economics
The Ohio State University and National Bureau of Economic Research
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Mushfiq Mobarak

Professor of Economics
Yale University
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Dilip Mookherjee

Professor of Economics
Boston University
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Yaw Nyarko

Professor of Economics
New York University (NYU)
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Manoj Raj

Transfer Pricing Economist
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited
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Abebe Shimeles

Dr.
African Economic Research Consortium 
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Leonard Wantchekon

Professor of Politics and International Affairs
Princeton University
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