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Participants

Below is a list of conference attendees.
Lewis S. Alexander, Nomura Securities
Sumanta Basu, Cornell University
Christa Bouwman, Texas A&M University
Craig Brown
Christopher Donohue, Global Association of Risk Professionals
Gregory Duffee, Johns Hopkins University
Robert Edwards, Bank of England
Beverly Hirtle, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
John Hund, University of Georgia
Christopher James, University of Florida
Kose John, New York University
Kathryn Judge, Columbia University
Stephen A. Karolyi, Carnegie Mellon University
Laura Kodres, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Michal Kowalik, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Agnese Leonello, European Central Bank
Caterina Lepore, Bank of England
Dan Li, Federal Reserve Board
Victor Lyonnet, Ohio State University
David Modest, QLS Partners
Federico Nucera, LUISS Guido Carli University
Mark Paddrik, Office of Financial Research
Matthew Pritsker, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
S. Abraham (Avri) Ravid, Yeshiva University
Kasper Roszbach, Norges Bank
Asani Sarkar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Stacey Schreft, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Chaehee Shin, Federal Reserve Board
Saskia ter Ellen, Norges Bank
Peter Van Tassel, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Razvan Vlahu, De Nederlandsche Bank
Kathy Yuan, London School of Economics

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