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Andrea Ajello, Federal Reserve Board
Asysun Alp, Sabanci University
Natsuki Arai, National Chengchi University
Anurag N. Banerjee, Durham University, UK
Snehal Banerjee, University of California at San Diego
Christoph Bertsch, Sveriges Riksbank
Tara K. Bhandari, Securities and Exchange Commission
Marco Bonomo, Insper Institute of Education and Research
Karl D. Boulware, Wesleyan University
Craig Brown, Purdue University
Bruno Caprettini, University of Zurich
Carlos Carvalho, PUC-Rio
Marco Catenaro, European Central Bank
Edouard Challe, Ecole Polytechnique
Guillaume Chevillon, ESSEC Business School
Jeremy Chiu, Bank of England
Homagni Choudhury, University of Portsmouth
Sahana Roy Chowdhury, ICRIER
Kathleen B. Cooper, Southern Methodist University
Jess Cornaggia, Penn State University
Kimberly J. Cornaggia, Penn State University
Taeyoung Doh, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Burcu Duygan, Federal Reserve Board
Maya R. Eden, Brandeis University
Erkan Erturk, S&P Global
José-Antonio Espín-Sánchez, Yale University
Francesco Furlanetto, Norges Bank
Thomas Hampton, Howard University
Rainer Haselmann, Goethe University Frankfurt and SAFE
Ameya Hate, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Denis Healy, National Bureau of Economic Research
Jonathan Hoddenbagh, Johns Hopkins University
Kelly Horak, National Bureau of Economic Research
John Hund, University of Georgia
Garett Jones, George Mason University
Naoya Kato, Bank of Japan
Lance C. Kent, College of William and Mary
Anna Kormilitsina, Southern Methodist University
Seung Kwak, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Yaron Leitner, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Rong Li, Renmin University of China
Marco Lombardi, BIS
Katie Low, Bank of England
Shu-Shiuan Lu, National Tsing Hua University
Christian Matthes, Indiana University
Alexander Michaelides, Imperial College London
David Moreno, University of Maryland
Takeshi Nakamura, Bank of Japan
Sunjin Park, University of North Carolina
Assaf Patir, Hebrew University
Gabor Pinter, Bank of England
Markus Poschke, McGill University
Matthew Pritsker, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Zhongjun Qu, Boston University
Matthias Raddant, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Xavier Ragot, Sciences Po
David Rappoport, Federal Reserve Board
Francisco Ruge-Murcia, McGill University
Francesco Sangiorgi, Stockholm School of Economics
Patrick Schorno, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Aleksey Semenov, Columbia University
John M. Sequeira, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Or Shachar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Inna Shapiro, NBER
Rhiannon C. Sowerbutts, Bank of England
Janet Stein, NBER
Dalibor Stevanovic, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Konstantinos Theodoridis, Cardiff Business School
Michael Thornley, Bank of England
Argyrios Tsiaras, Cambridge University
Selwyn Sze Wing Yuen, Northwestern University
Evan H. Wohlmann, Bank of England
Maik Hendr. Wolters, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Tao Wu, International Monetary Fund
Marios Zachariadis, University of Cyprus
John C. Zhou, Harvard University

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