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Max Alston, Princeton University
Adrien Auclert, Stanford University and NBER
Teresa Balestrini, University of Minnesota
Sergi Barcons, Toulouse School of Economics
Bence Bardóczy, Federal Reserve Board
Leonardo Barreto, University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Valerie R. Boctor, University of California, Berkeley
Tomás E. Caravello, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Roberto Colarieti, Harvard University
Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Andres Alber. Ghini, New York University
Denizalp Goktas, Brown University
Eugenio Gonzalez Flores, University of Rochester
Shlok Goyal, Harvard University
Lukas Hack, University of Mannheim
Nicholas C. Hoffman, Carnegie Mellon University
Alexander Houtz, University of Notre Dame
Man Chon Iao, New York University
Vicente A. Jimenez, MIT
Sterre Kuipers, University of Houston
Donggyu Lee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Avi Lipton, Harvard University
Alan Lujan, Ohio State University
Selma Malmberg, Le Mans University, CEPREMAP
Emily Martell, University of California, Berkeley
Adrian Monninger, Johns Hopkins University
Marco Olivari, Boston University
Aleksei Oskolkov, University of Chicago
Rachel J. Pomerantz, Harvard University
Xincheng Qiu, Arizona State University
Vandana Ramakrishnan, University of California Irvine
Matthew Rognlie, Northwestern University and NBER
Christopher C. Schang, European University Institute
Emanuel Schertz, Harvard University
Fabian Seyrich, BSE Berlin and DIW Berlin
Shabnam Shahrezaei, Emory University
Alvaro Silva, University of Maryland
Abhiprerna Smit, William & Mary
Fabio Stohler, Bonn Graduate School of Economics
Ludwig Straub, Harvard University and NBER
Farah Tohme, Goethe University
Hung q. Truong, Simon Fraser University
Chenping Yang, Yale University
Yinjie Yu, Princeton University
Jan Žemlička, CERGE-EI
Borui N. Zhu, Harvard University

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