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James Albrecht, Georgetown University
Jed Armstrong, New York University
Antoine Bertheau, University of Copenhagen
Carlos Carrillo-Tudela, University of Essex
Ignacio Marti. Cigliutti
Alex J. Clymo, University of Essex
Cynthia Doniger, Federal Reserve Board
George-Levi Gayle, Washington University in St. Louis
Limor Golan, Washington University in St. Louis
Axel N.O. Gottfries, University of Edinburgh
Benjamin Griffy, University of Albany
William Hawkins, Yale University
Leo Kaas, Goethe University Frankfurt
Claudia Macaluso, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Sephorah J. Mangin, Australian National University
Guillaume Nevo, New York University
Stanislav Rabinovich, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brenda Samaniego, University of California at Santa Cruz
Kurt See, Bank of Canada
Irina Stanga, Dutch Central Bank
Teresa Steininger
Heiko Stüber, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
Ija Trapeznikova, Royal Holloway, University of London
Oliko Vardishvili, European University Institute
Susan Vroman, Georgetown University
Conor Walsh, Princeton University
Shu Lin Wee, Bank of Canada
Felix Wellschmied, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Eran Yashiv, Tel Aviv University

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