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Roberto Rigobon, Massachusetts Institute of Techonology
Raquel Bernal, Universidad de los Andes
Tito Cordella, World Bank
Kevin Cowan, Central Bank, Chile
Rafael Di Tella, Harvard University
Marcela Eslava, Universidad de los Andes
Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, Inter-American Development Bank
Samuel Freije, World Bank
Adriana Kugler, University of Houston
Catherine Mathieu-Canuto, Economía
Juan Pablo Montero, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Carmen Pagés-Serra, Inter-American Development Bank
Ugo Panizza, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
Claudio Raddatz, World Bank
Roberto Rigobon, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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