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Christopher S. Anderson, Federal Reserve Board
Sirio Aramonte, Bank for International Settlements
Anirudha Balasubramanian, Stanford University
Francesca Bastianello, Harvard University
Tyler Beason, Virginia Tech
Sara G. Casella, University of Pennsylvania
Alexander Cochardt, University of St. Gallen
Carole Comerton-Forde, University of New South Wales
Marc De la Barrera, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Sylvain Delalay, University of Maryland
Yao Deng, University of Connecticut
Gregory Duffee, Johns Hopkins University
Liran Eliner, Harvard University
Morad Elsaify, Duke University
Hamilton G. Galindo, Arizona State University
Ljubica Georgievska, University of California at Los Angeles
Oliver Giesecke, Columbia University
Ramin Hassan, University of Minnesota
Stephan Heller, University of St. Gallen
Nuoya Hong, University of California at Los Angeles
Sophia Hua, University of Pennsylvania
Maximilian Huber, New York University
Maziar Kazemi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ritt Keerati, Columbia University
Eben Lazarus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Shushu Liang, Harvard University
George F. Malikov, University of Michigan
Ben Matthies, University of Notre Dame
Christoph Meinerding, Deutsche Bundesbank
Denis Mokanov, University of California at Los Angeles
Vasudha M. Nukala, Washington University in St. Louis
James O'Neill, University of California at Los Angeles
Vitaly Orlov, University of St. Gallen
Dimitrios Papadimitriou, London School of Economics
Pavol Povala, Norges Bank Investment Management
Junjun Quan, Columbia University
Christopher Reilly, Boston College
Chase P. Ross, Yale University
Sharon Ross, Yale University
Mirela Sandulescu, University of Lugano
Giorgio Saponaro, Harvard University
Gregor Schubert, UCLA Anderson School of Management
J. R. Scott, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tae uk Seo, University of Michigan
Ran Shi, London School of Economics
Vincent Skiera, University of California at Berkeley
Dominik Supera, University of Pennsylvania
Jonathan L. Wallen, Stanford University
Song Xiao, London School of Economics
Haiyue Yu, Princeton University
Leifu Zhang, Washington University in St. Louis
Guihai Zhao, Bank of Canada

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