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Senay Agca, George Washington University
Ana Aguilar, Bank for International Settlements
ChaeWon Baek, University of California at Berkeley
Drago Bergholt, Norges Bank
Carola Binder, Haverford College
Laura Blattner, Stanford University
Daniele Caratelli, Stanford University
Carlos Carvalho, PUC-Rio
Yoosoon Chang, Indiana University
Keen Meng Choy, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Cynthia Doniger, Federal Reserve Board
Emily M. Eisner, University of California at Berkeley
Bipul Ghosh, Reserve Bank of India
Sinem Hacioglu, Bank of England
Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
Cooper Howes, University of Texas at Austin
Prabha Jadav, Reserve Bank of India
Diego R. Kaenzig, London Business School
Vegard Larsen, Norges Bank
Yair Listokin, Yale University
Marco Lombardi, Bank for International Settlements
Shaowen Luo, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Riccardo Masolo, Bank of England
Wataru Miyamoto, University of Hong Kong
Thuy Lan Nguyen, Santa Clara University
Toshiaki Ogawa, Bank of Japan
Andrea F. Presbitero, International Monetary Fund
Daniel K. Tarullo, Harvard University
Maxim Ulrich, Karisruhe Institute of Technology
Shingo Watanabe, Bank of Japan
Choongryul Yang, Federal Reserve Board
Yilin Yang, Stanford University
Luca Zavalloni, Bank of Ireland

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