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Sarah C. Armitage, Boston University
Lint Barrage, ETH Zurich
Dallas Burtraw, Resources for the Future
Jonathan M. Colmer, University of Virginia
Laure B. de Preux, Imperial College London
Kenneth Gillingham, Yale University and NBER
Jonathan Hawkins-Pierot, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Charles A. Holt, University of Virginia
Valerie J. Karplus, Carnegie Mellon University
Eva Lyubich, U.S. Census Bureau
Ralf Martin, London School of Economics
Mirabelle Muûls, Imperial College London
Edson R. Severnini, Carnegie Mellon University and NBER
William Shobe, University of Virginia
Gretchen Sileo, Temple University
Vladimir Smirnyagin, Yale University
Thomas Stoerk, National Bank of Belgium & London School of Economics
Brian Storey, Toyota Research Institute
Kelly Visconti, US Department of Energy
John L. Voorheis, U.S. Census Bureau
Katherine R.H. Wagner, University of British Columbia
Ulrich J. Wagner, University of Mannheim
Xi Wu, University of California at Berkeley

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