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Danielle Dickens, Principal Investigator

Danielle Dickens is an associate professor of psychology at Spelman College. Her research interests include the intersectionality of social identities, underrepresentation in STEM areas, and the academic and career development of Black women.

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James M. Poterba, Principal Investigator

James Poterba is the Mitsui Professor of Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the President and CEO of the NBER. His research straddles the fields of public and financial economics, with particular emphasis on tax policy and on the determinants of retirement security.

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Angelino Viceisza, Principal Investigator

Angelino Viceisza is an associate professor of economics at Spelman College and an NBER research associate. His research focuses on behavioral and experimental economics, with applications in development, household finance, and entrepreneurship.

Supported by the National Science Foundation grant #2127208

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