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Megan R. Bailey, University of Calgary
Clare A. Balboni, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Susanna B. Berkouwer, University of Pennsylvania
Josh Blonz, Federal Reserve Board
Jonathan M. Colmer, University of Virginia
Eugenie M. Dugoua, London School of Economics
Karl W. Dunkle Werner, University of California at Berkeley
Eyal G. Frank, University of Chicago
Tianqi Gan, University of Maryland
Teevrat Garg, University of California at San Diego
Benjamin Guin, Bank of England
Jamie Hansen-Lewis, Brown University
Torfinn Harding, Norwegian School of Economics
James A. Jones, Columbia University
Suzi Kerr, Environmental Defense Fund
Sam D. Krumholz, University of California at San Diego
Karlygash Kuralbayeva, Kings College London
Melissa C. LoPalo, University of Texas
Meera Mahadevan, University of California at Irvine
Allen McGartland, Environmental Protection Agency
Robyn Meeks, Duke University
Ignacia Mercadal, Columbia University
Anouch Missirian, Columbia University
Kelly Neill, Rice University
Yuvraj Pathak, University of Chicago
Chenyu Qiu, University of Chicago
Jay Shimshack, University of Virginia
Paige E. Weber, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brad Wible, Science Magazine
Po Yin. Wong, Hong Kong Monetary Authority

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