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Michael Amior, Hebrew University
Carolina Arteaga, University of Toronto
Lea Bottmer, Stanford University
Carycruz Bueno, Brown University
Simon Bunel, Banque de France
Amanda Chuan, Michigan State University
Marshall H. Drake, Boston University
Francesco Furlanetto, Norges Bank
Jim Goldman, University of Toronto
Maarten Goos, Utrecht University
Ingrid Haegele, University of California at Berkeley
Martti Kaila, University of Helsinki
Felix Koenig, Carnegie Mellon University
Fredric Kong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Samir Mahmoudi, Georgia State University
Virginia Minni, London School of Economics
Elizabeth Mishkin, Uber
Claire Montialoux, University of California at Berkeley
Balazs Murakozy, University of Liverpool
Dingxuan Ng, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Víctor M. Quintas-Martínez, MIT
Nina Roussille, London School of Economics
Barbara Sadaba, Bank of Canada
Ragnhild Camilla Schreiner, University of Oslo
Vira Semenova, University of California, Berkeley
Yannay Shanan, Bar Ilan University
Caroline Sinders, Sloan Foundation
Irina Stanga, Dutch Central Bank
Neil Thakral, Brown University
Linh T. Tô, Boston University
Wiljan van den Berge, Utrecht University
Davide Viviano, University of California, San Diego
Nicholas Wright, Florida Gulf Coast University

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