Agenda

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Participants

Below is a list of conference attendees.
Angie Acquatella, Harvard University
Emma Aguila, RAND
Kate Bent, Social Security Administration
Jacob Berman, University of California at Los Angeles
Hannah Bolder, University of Michigan
Zach Brown, University of Michigan
Taha Choukhmane, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Kevin Connolly, Harvard University
Maurice Dalton, NBER
Cheryl Damberg, Rand Corporation
Jakina Debnam, Cornell University
Julia Dennett, Harvard University
Edoardo Di Porto, University of Naples Federico II
David Dowdy, Johns Hopkins University
Lynn Fisher, Social Security Administration
Annabelle Fowler, Harvard University
Ashvin Gandhi, University of California at Los Angeles
Andrew Garin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Stephen Goss, Social Security Administration
Ingrid Haegele, University of California at Berkeley
Hal Hershfield, UCLA
Annie Laurie Hines, University of California at Davis
John Jankowski, Social Security Administration
Roman Klimke, Harvard University
Joanna Aleksandra Kopinska, CEIS Tor Vergata
Amanda Kreider, Harvard University
Jennifer Kwok, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jonathan Leganza, University of California at San Diego
Maarten Lindeboom, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Samir Mahmoudi, Georgia State University
Joseph Marchand, University of Alberta
Fabrizio Mazzonna, Universitá della Svizzera Italiana
Brian McGarry, University of Rochester
Abdoulaye Ndiaye, New York University
Dhiren Patki, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Mohan Ramanujan, National Bureau of Economic Research
William Schpero, Cornell University
Holger Seibert, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Zirui Song, Harvard University
Carolyn Stein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ellen Stuart, University of Michigan
Diana Sverdlin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Martina Uccioli, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Adelina Wang
Gal Wettstein, Boston College
Anthony Yu, Harvard University

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