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Carolina Arteaga, University of Toronto
Eric J. Auerbach, Northwestern University
Mary Kate Batistich, University of Notre Dame
Jacob Berman, University of California at Los Angeles
Gareth Cook, Brown University
Brandy Edmondson, New York University
Constanca Esteves-Sorenson, University of California at Los Angeles
Andrew Garin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jie Gong, National University of Singapore
Laura E. Henkhaus, Vanderbilt University
Chen Huang, Central University of Finance and Economics
Felix Koenig, Carnegie Mellon University
Jérémy L'Hour, CREST (Paris).
Melissa C. LoPalo, Montana State University
Melanie Luhrmann, The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Rosario Macera
Angelo Mele, Johns Hopkins University
Elizabeth Mishkin, Uber
Camila N. Morales, University of Texas at Dallas
Dhiren Patki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Matthew Pecenco, Brown University
Nicholas F. Reynolds, University of Essex
Jonathan Roth, Microsoft
Marc-Antoine Schmidt, University of Toronto
David Schoenherr, Princeton University
Janis Skrastins, Washington University in St. Louis
William Spriggs, Howard University
Evan P. Starr, University of Maryland
Elie Tamer, Harvard University
Juliette Thibaud, University of Zurich
Linh T. Tô, Boston University
Javier Vazquez, University of Barcelona
Elizabeth Weber Handwerker, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Brad Wible, Science Magazine
Breyon Williams, University of South Carolina




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