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Abhilasha Abhilasha, Reserve Bank of India
Jushan Bai, Columbia University
Carlos Carvalho, PUC-Rio
Yoosoon Chang, Indiana University
John Chao, University of Maryland
Guillaume Chevillon, ESSEC Business School
Leland Farmer, University of Virginia
Juan Angel García, European Central Bank
Irma Hindrayanto, Netherlands Central Bank
Eric Jacquier, Boston University
Lynda Khalaf, Carleton University
Frank Kleibergen, University of Amsterdam
Eben Lazarus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sophocles Mavroeidis, University of Oxford
Daisy McGregor, Bank of England
Elmar Mertens, Deutsche Bundesbank
Christian Murray, University of Houston
Kristoffer Nimark, Cornell University
Rickard Nyman, UCL Centre for the Study of Decision-Making Uncertainty
Cavit Pakel, Bilkent University
Davide Pettenuzzo, Brandeis University
Alberto G. Rossi, Georgetown University
Mirco Rubin, EDHEC Business School - Nice
Paul M. Sangrey, University of Pennsylvania
Yves Schueler, Deutsche Bundesbank
Ria Sinha, GD Goenka University
Andrea Tamoni, Rutgers Business School
Tomohiro Tsuruga, International Monetary Fund
Yoichi Ueno, Bank of Japan
Kenji Wada, Keio University
Yohei Yamamoto, Hitotsubashi University
Paolo Zaffaroni, Imperial College London
Molin Zhong, Federal Reserve Board

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