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John M. Abowd, Cornell University and NBER
Katharine G. Abraham, University of Maryland and NBER
Ethan T. Addicott, University of Exeter Business School
Matthew Agarwala, University of Cambridge
Randall Akee, University of California, Los Angeles and NBER
David Argente, Yale University and NBER
Vipin Arora, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Susanto Basu, Boston College and NBER
Randy A. Becker, U.S. Census Bureau
Mary Bohman, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Benjamin A. Bolitzer, Department of Commerce
Tania Briceno, Intrinsic Exchange Group
Cathy Buffington, U.S. Census Bureau
Wesley Burnett, Economic Research Service
David M. Byrne, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
Matthew L. Chambers, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
Charles Colgan, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
Jonathan M. Colmer, University of Virginia
Justin C. Contat, Federal Housing Finance Agency
Carol Corrado, The Conference Board
Diane Coyle, University of Cambridge
Maureen L. Cropper, University of Maryland
Partha Dasgupta, University of Cambridge
Bethany S. DeSalvo, U.S. Census Bureau
Emin Dinlersoz, U.S. Census Bureau
Moritz A. Drupp, University of Hamburg
Cristián Ducoing, Lund University
Janice C. Eberly, Northwestern University and NBER
Jonathan Eggleston, U.S. Census Bureau
Lucy P. Eldridge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
John Eltinge, U.S. Census Bureau
David Evans, Environmental Protection Agency
Eli Fenichel, Yale University
Dennis Fixler, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Susan Fleck, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Lucia S. Foster, U.S. Census Bureau
Liana Fox, U.S. Census Bureau
Keith Fuglie, Economic Research Service
Thesia Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Nathan Goldschlag, U.S. Census Bureau
Corbett A. Grainger, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Cheryl Grim, U.S. Census Bureau
Julie L. Hass, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Tina Highfill, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Colin J. Hottman, Federal Reserve Board
Kendall A. Houghton, U.S. Census Bureau
Susan N. Houseman, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Thomas F. Howells, III, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Charles R. Hulten, University of Maryland and NBER
Ron S. Jarmin, U.S. Census Bureau
Fariha Kamal, U.S. Census Bureau
Sarah Kapnick, NOAA
Arnold Katz, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Mark A. Klee, U.S. Census Bureau
Lori Kletzer, University of California at Santa Cruz
Shawn D. Klimek, Department of Commerce
Munseob Lee, University of California, San Diego
Daniel Levy, Bar-Ilan University
Andre Loranger, Statistics Canada
Eva Lyubich, U.S. Census Bureau
Al McGartland, Environmental Protection Agency
Eoin McLaughlin, Heriot-Watt University
Paul Menchik, Michigan State University
Christopher Mihiar, USDA Forest Service
Joshua W. Mitchell, U.S. Census Bureau
Pierre Mohnen, Maastricht University
Frances Moore, Council of Economic Advisers
Brent Moulton, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Nicholas Z. Muller, Carnegie Mellon University and NBER
Leonard I. Nakamura, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Mary O'Mahony, King's College London
Stefanie Sieber, American University
Sabrina Pabilonia, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bryan Parthum, Environmental Protection Agency
Cristina Penasco, University of Cambridge
Daniel Phaneuf, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Marshall B. Reinsdorf, Independent Consultant
Charles Rhodes, US Geological Survey
Rebecca Riley, King's College London
Carol Robbins, National Science Foundation
Jeremy Rudd, Federal Reserve Board
Andrew Scheld, Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Wolfram Schlenker, Columbia University and NBER
Chihiro Shimizu, Hitotsubashi University
Daniel E. Sichel, Wellesley College and NBER
Robin C. Sickles, Rice University
Tara M. Sinclair, The George Washington University
Dominic Smith, Bureau of Labor Statistics
V. Kerry Smith, Arizona State University and NBER
Rachel Soloveichik, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Charles Steindel, Ramapo College of New Jersey
John J. Stevens, Federal Reserve Board
Erich H. Strassner, International Monetary Fund
John Van Reenen, London School of Economics and NBER
John L. Voorheis, U.S. Census Bureau
Travis W. Warziniack, USDA Forest Service
David Wasshausen, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Kelly M. Wentland, George Mason University
Scott A. Wentland, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Jennifer R. Withrow, US Census Bureau
Robert E. Yuskavage, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
William Zeile, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired

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