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Simona Abis, Columbia University
Christopher S. Anderson, Federal Reserve Board
Markus Baldauf, University of British Columbia
Francesca Bastianello, Harvard University
Matteo Benetton, University of California at Berkeley
Vincent Bogousslavsky, Boston College
Dirk Broeders, De Nederlandsche Bank
Edwin Cass, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Fousseni Chabi-Yo, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Gregory Duffee, Johns Hopkins University
Xiang Fang, University of Hong Kong
Thomas J. Gilbert, University of Washington
Elise Gourier, ESSEC Business School
Yariv Haim, Sparrow Capital
Laurie Hodrick, Columbia University
Christopher M. Hrdlicka, University of Washington
Paul Huebner, University of California, Los Angeles
Antti Ilmanen, AQR
Kristoffer Kittelsen Johansson, Norges Bank Investment Management
Egor V. Matveyev, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Claudia Moise, Duke University
Giovanna Nicodano, University of Turin
Pavol Povala, Norges Bank Investment Management
Riccardo Sabbatucci, Stockholm School of Economics
Ishita Sen, Harvard University
Varun Sharma, London Business School
Taisiya Sikorskaya, London Business School
Andrea Tamoni, Rutgers University
Michela Verardo, London School of Economics
Vegard Vik, Norges Bank Investment Management
Fredrik Willumsen, Norges Bank Investment Management
Jing Jian Xiao, University of Rhode Island
Yuxin Zhang, Imperial College London

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