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Andreas Bergmann, Chair IPSASB and Professor Zurich University of Applied Sciences
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Pat Barrett AO, Australian National University, Australia
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B. Guy Peters, University of Pittsburgh, USA
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Peter M. Jackson, University of Leicester, UK
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Fred Thompson, Willamette University, USA
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Steve Bundred, Monitor, UK
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Clive Grace, Solace Foundation Imprint, UK
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