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Julie Agnew, College of William and Mary
Gene Amromin, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Bronson Argyle, Brigham Young University
Scott R. Baker, Northwestern University and NBER
Giorgia Barboni, Warwick University
Matteo Benetton, University of California at Berkeley
John Beshears, Harvard University and NBER
Neil Bhutta, Federal Reserve Board
Nathan E. Blascak, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Vicki Bogan, Cornell University
Ron Borzekowski, Amazon
Joseph S. Briggs, Federal Reserve Board
Brian K. Bucks, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Marika Cabral, University of Texas at Austin and NBER
Jing Cai, University of Maryland and NBER
Laurent E. Calvet, EDHEC Business School
John Y. Campbell, Harvard University and NBER
Christopher D. Carroll, Johns Hopkins University and NBER
Susan Carter, University of California, Riverside
Claire Celerier, University of Toronto
Xiao Cen, Texas A&M University, Mays Business School
Jacelly C. Cespedes, University of Minnesota
Tom Chang, University of Southern California
James J. Choi, Yale University and NBER
João F. Cocco, London Business School
J. Anthony Cookson, University of Colorado
Daniel Cooper, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Jose Ignacio Cuesta, Stanford University and NBER
Giacomo De Giorgi, University of Geneva
Anthony A. DeFusco, Northwestern University and NBER
Marco Di Maggio, Harvard University and NBER
Karen Dynan, Harvard University
Francesco D’Acunto, Georgetown University
Janice C. Eberly, Northwestern University and NBER
Mark L. Egan, Harvard University and NBER
Keith Marzilli Ericson, Boston University and NBER
Julia Fonseca, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Christopher Foote, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Xavier Gabaix, Harvard University and NBER
Peter Ganong, University of Chicago and NBER
Nicola Garbarino, Bank of England
Simon Gervais, Duke University
Talia Gillis, Columbia University
Anastasia Girshina, Stockholm School of Economics
Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham, Yale University and NBER
Daniel Goroff, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Daniel Gottlieb, London School of Economics
Fiona E. Greig, JP Morgan Chase Institute
Daniel Grodzicki, Pennsylvania State University
Tal Gross, Boston University and NBER
Arpit Gupta, New York University
Umit Gurun, University of Texas at Dallas
Justine S. Hastings, University of Washington and NBER
Rawley Z. Heimer, Boston College
Daniel Herbst, University of Arizona
Andrew Hertzberg, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Sean Higgins, Northwestern University
Joanne Hsu, University of Michigan
Xing Huang, Washington University in St. Louis
Robert Hunt, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Zanna Iscenko, University College London
Damon Jones, University of Chicago and NBER
Martin Kanz, The World Bank
Benjamin J. Keys, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Raymond Kluender, Harvard University
Theresa Kuchler, New York University and NBER
Lorenz Kueng, University of Lugano
Ari Kutai, Bank of Israel
Donghoon Lee, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Yaron Levi, University of Southern California
Geng Li, Federal Reserve Board
Brigitte C. Madrian, Brigham Young University and NBER
Neale Mahoney, Stanford University
Christos Makridis, Stanford University
Gregor Matvos, Northwestern University and NBER
Maarten Meeuwis, Washington University in St. Louis
Sarah Miller, University of Michigan and NBER
Olivia S. Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
Jonathan Morduch, New York University
Edward Morrison, Columbia University and NBER
Taylor D. Nadauld, Brigham Young University
Eva Nagypal, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Scott T. Nelson, University of Chicago
Pascal J. Noel, University of Chicago and NBER
Michaela Pagel, Columbia University and NBER
Christopher Palmer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
Jonathan A. Parker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and NBER
James M. Poterba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Amiyatosh Purnanandam, University of Michigan
Wenlan Qian, National University of Singapore
Tarun Ramadorai, Imperial College London
Enrichetta Ravina, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Jonathan Reuter, Boston College and NBER
Alberto G. Rossi, Georgetown University
John Sabelhaus, Brookings Institution
László Sándor, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Anna Scherbina, Brandeis University
Brian Scholl, SEC
Scott Schuh, West Virginia University
Ofer Setty, Tel Aviv University
Felipe Severino, Dartmouth College
Gauri Kartini Shastry, Wellesley College
William L. Skimmyhorn, College of William and Mary
Paolo Sodini, Stockholm School of Economics
Changcheng Song, Singapore Management University
Cindy Soo, University of Michigan
Jann Spiess, Stanford University
Joanna Stavins, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Johannes Stroebel, New York University and NBER
Yang Sun, Brandeis University
Jeremy Tobacman, University of Delaware
Christopher Tonetti, Stanford University and NBER
Stephen Utkus, University of Pennsylvania
Boris Vallee, Harvard University
Nathanaël Vellekoop, University of Toronto
Luis M. Viceira, Harvard University and NBER
Ansgar Walther, Imperial College London
Jialan Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and NBER
Paul S. Willen, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and NBER
Stephen P. Zeldes, Columbia University and NBER
Christina Yiwei Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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