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Omer Acikgoz, Yeshiva University
Aditya Aladangady, University of Michigan
Craig Brown, Purdue University
Sekyu Choi, University of Bristol
Georg Duernecker, Goethe University Frankfurt
Gabriele Foa, Yale University
Olga Gorbachev, University of Delaware
Hui He, International Monetary Fund
Lutz Hendricks, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Benjamin Kay, Federal Reserve Board
Baris Kaymak, University of Montreal
Tatyana Koreshkova, Concordia University
Oksana Leukhina, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Katie Low, Bank of England
Lorenzo Michelozzi, Northwestern University
Seth B. Neumuller, Wellesley College
Araceli Ortega Diaz, EGAP
Sophie S. Osotimehin, University of Quebec at Montreal
Seonyoung Park, University of Delaware
Jose Rodriguez Mora, University of Edinburgh
May Rostom, Bank of England
Yu Jung Whang, Yale University

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