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Hadsell, Lester (State University of New York, Albany)
Hafer, Gail Heyne(St. Louis Community College Meramec)
Haisley , Emily (Carnegie Mellon University)
Hale, Galina (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
Hall, Crystal (Princeton University)
Hall, Joshua C.(Beloit College)
Haltiwanger, John C.(University of Maryland and U.S. Census Bureau)
Hammitt, James (Harvard University)
Hamory, Joan (University of California, Berkeley)
Handy, Femida (School of Social Work, University of Pennsylvania)
Hanson, Gordon (University of California, San Diego and NBER)
Hanushek, Eric (Stanford University)
Harbaugh, William (University of Oregon)
Harrison, Glenn (University of Central Florida)
Harrison, Sharon (Barnard College, Columbia University)
Harter, Cynthia (Eastern Kentucky University)
Harter, John (Eastern Kentucky University)
Hashmi, Aamir (National University of Singapore)
Hassett, Kevin (American Enterprise Institute)
Hastings, Justine (Yale University and NBER)
Hatton, Timothy J.(Australian National University)
Hauk, William (University of South Carolina)
Hausman, Joshua (Federal Reserve Board)
He, Yijun (Washington State University)
Heath, Chip (Stanford University)
Heckman, James (University of Chicago)
Heitmueller, Axel (London Business School and Prime Minister's Strategy Unit)
Hellerstein, Rebecca (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Hellwig, Christian (University of California, Los Angeles)
Hendel, Igal (Northwestern University)
Henderson, Rebecca (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Henry, Peter (Stanford University Graduate School of Business)
Heron, Randall (Indiana University)
Hersch, Joni (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Higgins, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Management)
Hildemann, Lynn (Stanford University)
Himmelweit, Susan (Open University)
Ho, Benjamin (Cornell University)
Ho, Chun-Yu (Boston University)
Hoberg, Gerard (University of Maryland)
Hoel, Michael (University of Oslo)
Hoff, Karla (World Bank)
Holla, Alaka (Brown University)
Holt, Charles (University of Virginia)
Hoover, Gary A.(University of Alabama)
Hoover, Kevin (Duke University)
Howitt, Peter (Brown University)
Hu, Luojia (Northwestern University)
Hu, Yue (Wisconsin Center for Education Research)
Huang, Jun (Shanghai University of Finance & Economics)
Hubbard, Glenn (Columbia University)
Hubbard, Thomas (Northwestern University)
Hulten, Charles (University of Maryland)
Hunnicutt, Lynn (Pacific Lutheran University)
Hurst, Erik (University of Chicago)
Husted, Steven (University of Pittsburgh)


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