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Henry Aaron, Brookings Institution
Mary Ahearn, retired
Ana Aizcorbe, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Colin S. Baker, National Institutes of Health
Laurence C. Baker, Stanford University and NBER
Jessica Banthin, Congressional Budget Office
Didem Bernard, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Ernst R. Berndt, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Fredric E. Blavin, Urban Institute
Barry Bosworth, Brookings Institution
Ralph Bradley, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Retired
Brian D. Chansky, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Rena M. Conti, Boston University
Anna Cook, Congressional Budget Office
Carol Corrado, The Conference Board
David M. Cutler, Harvard University and NBER
Abe Dunn, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Lucy P. Eldridge, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Dennis Fixler, Bureau of Economic Analysis
Richard G. Frank, Harvard University and NBER
Corby A. Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Thesia Garner, Bureau of Labor Statistics
John Greenlees, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Retired
Wulong Gu, Statistics Canada
Anne E. Hall, Department of the Treasury
Michael Harper, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Retired
Judith K. Hellerstein, University of Maryland and NBER
Charles R. Hulten, University of Maryland and NBER
David Johnson, University of Michigan
Pinar Karaca-Mandic, University of Minnesota and NBER
Arnold Katz, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Sean Keehan, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Arthur Kennickell, Stone Center, CUNY Graduate Center
Jonathan T. Kolstad, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
David Kreling, University of Wisconsin
Richard Kronick, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
J. Steven Landefeld, U.S. Naval Academy
Adam Leive, University of Virginia
Sandra Lesikar, Booz Allen Hamilton
Frank R. Lichtenberg, Columbia University and NBER
Joyce M. Manchester, Congressional Budget Office
William Marder, Truven Health
Matilde Mas, University of Valencia
Forrest McCluer, Greylock McKinnon Associates
Thomas McGuire, Harvard University and NBER
David Meltzer, University of Chicago and NBER
Javier Miranda, Friedrich-Schiller University
Timothy J. Moore, Purdue University and NBER
Brent Moulton, Bureau of Economic Analysis, retired
Carol Moylan, Economic Consultant
Leonard I. Nakamura, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Xiaotong Niu, Congressional Budget Office
Brett J. O'Hara, U.S. Census Bureau
Sumiye Okubo, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Retired
Ariel Pakes, Harvard University and NBER
Ronjoy Raichoudhary, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Marshall B. Reinsdorf, Independent Consultant
Carol Robbins, National Science Foundation
Thomas M. Selden, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Arthur Sensenig, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Retired
Adam Shapiro, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Bradley Shapiro, University of Chicago and NBER
Louise Sheiner, Brookings Institution
Hitoshi Shigeoka, Simon Fraser University and NBER
Kosali I. Simon, Indiana University and NBER
Neeraj Sood, University of Southern California and NBER
Martha Starr, Greylock McKinnon Associates
Jay Stewart, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Christopher Stomberg, Bates White Economic Consulting
Devin Stone, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Julie Topoleski, Congressional Budget Office
Jack E. Triplett, Brookings Institution
Nathan Wilson, Federal Trade Commission
Marta Wosinska, Duke University
Alice Zawacki, U.S. Census Bureau

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