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Simona Abis, Columbia University
Markus Baldauf, University of British Columbia
Michael Chin, Norges Bank Investment Management
Gregory Duffee, Johns Hopkins University
Jean-Sébastien Fontaine, Bank of Canada
Thomas J. Gilbert, University of Washington
Christopher M. Hrdlicka, University of Washington
Paul Huebner, University of California, Los Angeles
Nina Karnaukh, Ohio State University
Eben Lazarus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Anton Lines, Columbia University
Christoph Meinerding, Deutsche Bundesbank
Max Miller, University of Pennsylvania
Indrajit Mitra, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
Federico Nucera, Bank of Italy
James Paron, University of Pennsylvania
Marcello Pericoli, Banca d'Italia
Pavol Povala, Norges Bank Investment Management
Claudia Robles Garcia, Stanford University
Riccardo Sabbatucci, Stockholm School of Economics
Gill Segal, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ishita Sen, Harvard University
Andrea Tamoni, Rutgers University
Quentin Vandeweyer, University of Chicago
Jonathan L. Witmer, Bank of Canada
Guihai Zhao, Bank of Canada

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