The project acknowledges the diligent efforts of several undergraduate, masters, and law students for their research and contributions with each country analysis. The research and GSL students are:

2019 Engaged Learning Students

  • Veronika Koziel, TA
  • Xenia Dvoriantchkova, TA
  • Claire Ramirez
  • Brittany Garcia
  • Chris Miller
  • Daniel Kim
  • Nicole Estess
  • Michelle Zhao
  • Paul Kim
  • Xavier Eddy

2018 Engaged Learning Students

  • Mitch Butler
  • Veronika Koziel
  • Devon Gilliams
  • Lexi McCool
  • Olivia Harris
  • Nate Cheng
  • Samir Jain

2017 Engaged Learning Students

  • Allison Considine
  • Hunter Moskowitz
  • Julissa Andrade
  • Clara Chung
  • Samir Jain

2016 Engaged Learning Students

2015 Engaged Learning Students

  • Gideon Teitel
  • Lowell Jackson
  • Nicole Paldmadesso
  • Kristen Smith

American Research Assistants

  • Corey Harbison, Arizona State University College of Law
  • Michelle Huang ILR, Cornell University
  • Julia Pascuzzo, Cornell Law
  • Daniel O”Brien, ILR, Cornell University
  • Yiqing Zhao, Arts and Sciences, Cornell University
  • Elizabeth Li, ILR, Cornell University
  • Teng Zhang, ILR, Cornell University
  • Veronica Koziel, ILR, Cornell University
  • Mitch Butler
  • Elise Balelo
  • Xenia Dvoriantchkova
  • Erik Bohler
  • Claire Ramirez

International Research Assistants

  • Ha Nguyen, University of Minnesota College of Business (Vietnam)
  • Anh Tran, Michigan State University, Humphreys Scholar (Vietnam)
  • Wei Wang, USC Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism (China)
  • Ruting Chen, Brooklym Law School

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