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Nicole Player is an undergraduate student at Pomona College, majoring in PPE with a concentration in economics and pursuing a minor in cognitive science. Her research interests include media disinformation and polarization, gender philosophy, and international human rights, which she took extensive coursework on while studying abroad in Germany in the fall of 2022. She hopes to pursue her JD and a career in law after graduating.


Hana Mir is currently a graduate student in the Department of Physics at the University of California, Berkeley. She received her undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in physics and minors in mathematics and PPE. She has previously published in the Physical Review D and Physical Review E, and participated in a PPE Discussion Colloquium at Virginia Tech.


Xingzhi (Charlotte) Jing is currently an undergraduate student at Pomona College, studying economics with a minor in psychological science. Her research interests mainly lie within behavioral economics and the economics of gender and family. She is particularly interested in exploring the rationale behind seemingly irrational behavior.


Jiayue (Emily) Sheng is currently a postgraduate student in the Department of History of Art at the University of Oxford. She recently completed an undergraduate degree in economics and art history at Mount Holyoke College. She is interested in the economics of pop culture, and the operation of art and cultural institutions. She is also interested in material culture and global trading in early 19th-century East Asia.


Andrew Gewecke is an undergraduate student at Pomona College, where he is pursuing a degree in PPE with a concentration in politics. Previously, he published work on meritocracy and endogenous preferences. In 2022, he presented work on the potential dangers of artificial general intelligence at the 6th Annual PPE Society Meeting. He is interested in the philosophy of economics, behavioral economics, ethics of science and technology, and constitutional law.


Daniel Sánchez Pazmiño double-majored in Economics and Finance from Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador, and is currently an M.A. student at the Department of Economics at Simon Fraser University, Canada. He is a research associate at Laboratorio de Investigación para el Desarrollo del Ecuador (LIDE) and is interested in advanced causal inference in political economy, economic development, and labor economics.


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