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Henry Aaron, Brookings Institution
John M. Abowd, US Census Bureau
Katharine G. Abraham, University of Maryland and NBER
Facundo Alvaredo, Paris School of Economics
Sam Asher, Imperial College Business School
Gerald Auten, Department of the Treasury
Charlotte Bartels, DIW Berlin
Michael Batty, Federal Reserve Board
Yonatan Berman, King's College London
Jesse Bricker, Federal Reserve Board
Benjamin R. Bridgman, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Sarah Bruch, University of Delaware
Victoria L. Bryant, Internal Revenue Service
Richard V. Burkhauser, Cornell University and NBER
David M. Byrne, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Rob Cage, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Raj Chetty, Harvard University and NBER
Yiyoon Chung, Georgetown University
Austin Clemens, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Marie Connolly, Université du Québec à Montréal
Kevin Corinth, University of Chicago
Carol Corrado, The Conference Board
Brian Curren, U.S. Census Bureau
John Czajka, Mathematica
Irena Dushi, Social Security Administration
Lucy P. Eldridge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
John Eltinge, U.S. Census Bureau
Pirmin Fessler, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Grace Finley, Harvard University
Price V. Fishback, University of Arizona and NBER
Jonathan D. Fisher, Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Dennis Fixler, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Denise Flanagan-Doyle, U.S. Census Bureau
Brad Foster, U.S. Census Bureau
Lucia S. Foster, U.S. Census Bureau
Liana Fox, U.S. Census Bureau
John N. Friedman, Brown University and NBER
Sarah Friedman, Federal Reserve Board
Erik Friesenhahn, Bureau of Labor Statistics
William Gale, Brookings Institution
Thesia Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Marina Gindelsky, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Nathan Goldschlag, US Census Bureau
Nancy Gordon, U.S. Census Bureau
Janet C. Gornick, City University of New York
Yajna Govind, Copenhagen Business School
John Guyton, Internal Revenue Service
Catherine Haeck, Université du Québec à Montréal
John C. Haltiwanger, University of Maryland and NBER
Benjamin Harris, Northwestern University
Anne-Line Helsø, University of Copenhagen
Alice Henriques Volz, Federal Reserve Board
Tom Hertz, Internal Revenue Service
Kosar Jahani, Gates Foundation
Stephen Jenkins, London School of Economics and Political Science
Barry Johnson, Internal Revenue Service
David Johnson, University of Michigan
Nathaniel Johnson, City University of New York
Maggie R. Jones, Bureau of the Census
Arnold Katz, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Arthur Kennickell, Stone Center, CUNY Graduate Center
Merike Kukk, Tallinn University of Technology
Gregory Kurtzon, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Patrick Langetieg, Internal Revenue Service
Jeff Larrimore, Federal Reserve Board
David Leonhardt, The New York Times
Mark Loewenstein, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Isabel Z. Martinez, ETH Zurich
Robert McClelland, Tax Policy Center
Kristin McCue, U.S. Census Bureau
Erika McEntarfer, U.S. Census Bureau
Kevin L. McKinney, U.S. Census Bureau
Carla Medalia, U.S. Census Bureau
Bruce D. Meyer, University of Chicago and NBER
Branko Milanovic, City University of New York
Pablo Mitnik, Stanford University
Kevin Moore, Federal Reserve Board
Salvatore Morelli, University of Roma Tre
Jacob Mortenson, Joint Committee on Taxation
Brent Moulton, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Rutgers University
Eric Nielsen, Federal Reserve Board
Paul Novosad, Dartmouth College
Amy O'Hara, Georgetown University
Sabrina Pabilonia, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Mark Payne, Internal Revenue Service
Nikolas Pharris-Ciurej, U.S. Census Bureau
Anne Polivka, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Sonya Porter, U.S. Census Bureau
James M. Poterba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Marco Ranaldi, City University of New York
Daniel Reck, London School of Economics
Marshall B. Reinsdorf, Independent Consultant
Trudi Renwick, U.S. Census Bureau
Gayle Reznik, Social Security Administration
J. David Richardson, Syracuse University and NBER
Nicholas Rohde, Griffith University
Tairi Rõõm, Bank of Estonia
Matthew Russell, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Frédérique Savignac, Banque de France
Jake Schild, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Scott Schuh, West Virginia University
Martin Schürz, Oesterreichische Nationalbank
Robin C. Sickles, Rice University
Emilia Simeonova, Johns Hopkins University and NBER
Rachel Soloveichik, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Kamila Sommer, Federal Reserve Board
James Spletzer, U.S. Census Bureau, retired
David Splinter, Joint Committee on Taxation
Jay Stewart, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Martha Stinson, U.S. Census Bureau
Richard P. Tonkin, United Nations Statistics Division
Joseph van der Naald, Graduate Center, CUNY
Dirk F. van Duym, Bureau of Economic Analysis
John L. Voorheis, US Census Bureau
Caroline Walker, U.S Census Bureau
Michael E. Weber, Internal Revenue Service
Daniel Weinberg, DHW Consulting
Abigail K. Wozniak, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Derek Wu, University of Chicago
Angela Wyse, University of Chicago
Alexander Yuskavage, Department of the Treasury
Robert E. Yuskavage, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
William Zeile, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Valentin Zelenyuk, University of Queensland
Junyi Zhu, Deutsche Bundesbank
Joyce Zickler, Federal Reserve Board (retired)

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