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Martin Eichenbaum

Martin Eichenbaum is the Charles Moskos Professor of Economics at Northwestern University.  His research focuses on the sources of and propagation mechanisms for aggregate economic fluctuations, and on the effects of monetary and fiscal policies.

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Erik Hurst, Organizer

Erik Hurst is the Frank P. and Marianne R. Diassi Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.  His research explores topics in labor economics, macroeconomics, and urban economics, especially the determinants of labor market fluctuations.

Valerie A. Ramey, Coeditor

Valerie Ramey is a Professor of Economics at the University of California, San Diego. Her research has explored the determinants of business cycle fluctuations, the effects of macroeconomic stabilization policies, and long-term trends in wage inequality.

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