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Asger L. Andersen, University of Copenhagen
Alina K. Bartscher, University of Bonn
Carola Binder, Haverford College
Cristiano Cantore, Bank of England
Yoosoon Chang, Indiana University
Filippo Curti, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Pierre De Leo, University of Maryland
Riccardo Degasperi, University of Warwick
William English
Amy Handlan, Brown University
Tom Holden, Deutsche Bundesbank
Paul Hubert, Banque de France
Vasso P. Ioannidou, City University of London
Andrew Jalil, Occidental College
Peter Lihn. Jorgensen, Copenhagen Business School
Sophia Kazinnik, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Kevin J. Lansing, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Shaowen Luo, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Riccardo Masolo, Bank of England
Wataru Miyamoto, University of Hong Kong
Thuy Lan Nguyen, Santa Clara University
Melina Papoutsi, European Central Bank
Pascal Paul, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Stefano Pegoraro, University of Notre Dame
Giovanni Ricco, University of Warwick
Concetta Rondinelli, Bank of Italy
Kerry Y. Siani, Columbia University
Daniel K. Tarullo, Harvard University
Maxim Ulrich, Karisruhe Institute of Technology
Siang Leng Wong, Monetary Authority of Singapore
Jasmine Xiao, University of Notre Dame

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