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Jie Bai, Harvard University and NBER
Martina Bjorkman-Nyqvist, Stockholm School of Economics
Loren Brandt, University of Toronto
Mark Buntaine, University of California, Santa Barbara
Shengmao Cao, Stanford University
Jennifer N. Carpenter, New York University
Nancy H. Chau, Cornell University
Hui Chen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Kaiji Chen, Emory University
Qiaoyi Chen, Fudan University
Wei Chen, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Zhao Chen, Fudan University
Davin Chor, Dartmouth College and NBER
Emanuele Colonnelli, University of Chicago and NBER
Russell Cooper, European University Institute
Karen Eggleston, Stanford University and NBER
Hanming Fang, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Martin Fiszbein, Boston University and NBER
Pengjie Gao, University of Notre Dame
Peter M. Garber, University of Chicago
Michael Greenstone, University of Chicago and NBER
Guojun He, University of Hong Kong
Zhiguo He, University of Chicago and NBER
Claire Yurong Hong, Shanghai Advanced Institute of Finance
Allen Hu, Yale University
Jiayin Hu, Peking University
Haifeng Huang, University of California, Merced
Yi Huang, Fudan University
Ruixue Jia, University of California, San Diego and NBER
Wei Jiang, Columbia University and NBER
Yang Jiao, Fudan University
Gueorgui Kambourov, University of Toronto
Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado at Boulder and NBER
Yu-Hsiang Lei, Yale-NUS College
Guangwei Li, ShanghaiTech University
Ernest Liu, Princeton University and NBER
Mengdi Liu, University of International Business and Economics
Tong Liu, Stanford University
Zhikuo Liu, Fudan University
Dong Lou, London School of Economics
Mary Lovely, Syracuse University
Guangli Lu, Chinese University of Hong Kong - Shenzhen
Xiaomeng Lu, Fudan University
Kalina Manova, University College London
Randall Morck, University of Alberta and NBER
Joris M. Mueller, Northwestern University
Gerard Padró I Miquel, Yale University and NBER
Jun Pan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Cameron Peng, London School of Economics
Jacopo Ponticelli, Northwestern University and NBER
Nancy Qian, Northwestern University and NBER
Yingyue Quan, Boston University
Zheng Michael Song, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Kjetil Storesletten, University of Minnesota
Sean Sylvia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Baolian Wang, University of Florida
Ping Wang, Washington University in St. Louis and NBER
Shaoda Wang, University of Chicago and NBER
Shang-Jin Wei, Columbia University and NBER
Jaya Wen, Harvard University
Robert F. Whitelaw, New York University and NBER
Yanhui Wu, University of Hong Kong
Jia Xiang, Indiana University
Mo Xiao, University of Arizona
Wei Xiong, Princeton University and NBER
Daniel Xu, Duke University and NBER
Jianhuan Xu, Singapore Management University
Melanie Meng Xue, London School of Economics
Hongjun Yan, DePaul University
David Y. Yang, Harvard University and NBER
Jiaojiao Yang, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Bernard Yeung, National University of Singapore
Xuejie Yi, Stanford University
Ge Yin, Peking University
Chuan Yu, Stanford University
Noam Yuchtman, London School of Economics
Yao Zeng, University of Pennsylvania
Bing Zhang, Nanjing University
Rongjie Zhang, Tsinghua University
Shuang Zhang, University of Colorado at Boulder and NBER
Xiaobo Zhang, Peking University
Yu Zhang, Peking University
Xiaoxue Zhao, Wesleyan University

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