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Participants

Alina Arefeva, Wisconsin School of Business, UW Madison
Fernando Ballabriga, ESADE
Debasis Bandyopadhyay, University of Auckland
Nicoletta Berardi, Bank of France
Helge Braun, Universität zu Köln
Carlos Carrillo-Tudela, University of Essex
William Hawkins, Yale University
Andrew John, Melbourne Business School
Philip Jung, University of Bonn
John Kennes, University of Aarhus
Samuel Knott, Bank of England
Daniel le Maire, University of Copenhagen
Rafael Lopes de Melo, University of Edinburgh
Sephorah J. Mangin, Australian National University
Juan Medina, University of Alabama
Jose Mustre-del-Rio, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Sophie S. Osotimehin, University of Quebec at Montreal
Moritz Ritter, Temple University
Roberto Samaniego, George Washington University
Katsuya Takii, Osaka University
Ija Trapeznikova, Royal Holloway, University of London
Didem Tuzemen, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Eran Yashiv, Tel Aviv University

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