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Participants

Ozge Akinci, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Cynthia Balloch, London School of Economics
Christoph Bertsch, Sveriges Riksbank
Georgia Bush, Banco de México
Kevin Devereux, University of Toronto
Filippo Di Mauro, European Central Bank
Maya R. Eden, Brandeis University
Yuanzhi Gao, Vanderbilt University
Jonathan Hoddenbagh, Johns Hopkins University
Naoya Kato, Bank of Japan
David Moreno, University of Maryland
Takeshi Nakamura, Bank of Japan
Kanda Naknoi, University of Connecticut
Matthias Raddant, Kiel Institute for the World Economy
Julian Schumacher, ECB
John M. Sequeira, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Dejanir Silva, Purdue University
Rhiannon C. Sowerbutts, Bank of England
Konstantinos Theodoridis, Cardiff Business School
Argyrios Tsiaras, Cambridge University
Marios Zachariadis, University of Cyprus
John C. Zhou, Harvard University

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