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Zach Groff is a PhD student in economics at Stanford University. His current research interests are in welfare economics, behavioral economics, and applied microeconomics, with an eye toward researching long-run change for all sentient beings. He previously worked as a Research Analyst on randomized evaluations of poverty alleviation policies at Innovations for Poverty Action and worked on evidence-based policy promotion at Northwestern University’s Global Poverty Research Lab.