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Anat Admati, Stanford University
Ashwini Agrawal, London School of Economics
Bruno Albuquerque, International Monetary Fund
Matteo Benetton, University of California at Berkeley
Amar Bhide, Tufts University
Indraneel Chakraborty, University of Miami
Peter Cziraki, University of Toronto
Angelo D'Andrea, Bocconi University
Sourit Das, Reserve Bank of India
Kenneth Ford, Wake Forest University
Laurie Hodrick, Columbia University
Jessica Jeffers, University of Chicago
Kose John, New York University
Sudipto Karmakar, Bank of England
Mahsa S. Kaviani, University of Delaware
Simone Lenzu, New York University
Nicola Limodio, Bocconi University
Andrew MacKinlay, Virginia Tech
Hosein Maleki, Florida State University
Prem Mohan, Reserve Bank of India
Sara Moreira, Northwestern University
Scott T. Nelson, University of Chicago
Terry O'Malley, Central Bank of Ireland
Pankaj Ambadas Panpatil, Reserve Bank of India
Claudia Robles Garcia, Stanford University
David Schoenherr, Princeton University
Anatoli Segura, Bank of Italy
Rui C. Silva, Nova School of Business and Economics
Oliver G. Spalt, University of Mannheim
Sheri Tice, Tulane University
Razvan Vlahu, De Nederlandsche Bank
Matthew Wynter, Stony Brook University
Scott E. Yonker, Cornell University

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