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Nobuo Akai, Osaka University
Bruno Albuquerque, Bank of England
Simon Alder, Swiss National Bank
Jason Barr, Rutgers University
Jorge De la Roca, University of Southern California
Andrew Garin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jacques Gordon, LaSalle Investment Management
Mariaflavia Harari, University of Pennsylvania
Ian Herzog, University of Toronto
Troup Howard, University of Utah
Lu Liu, Imperial College London
Vikram Maheshri, University of Houston
Nuno Marques da Paixao, Bank of Canada
Evan E. Mast, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Therese McGuire, Northwestern University
Terry O'Malley, Central Bank of Ireland
Anton Popov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Davin K. Reed, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Welmoed Rentes, Netherlands Central Bank
Jessica Shui, Federal Housing Finance Agency
Meiping Sun, Fordham University
Linh T. Tô, Boston University
Sofia Velasco, Central bank of Ireland
Carles Vergara-Alert, IESE Business School
William Wheaton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alanna F. Williams, University of Washington
Roman Zarate, University of California at Berkeley
Noam Zussman, Bank of Israel

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