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Raquel Bernal, Universidad de los Andes
Marcela Eslava, Universidad de los Andes
Ugo Panizza, The Graduate Institue, Geneva
Roberto Rigobón, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tito Cordella, World Bank
Guillermo Cruces, Centro de Estudios Distributivos Laborales y Sociales
Gerardo Esquivel Hernandez, El Colegio de México
Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, Inter-American Development Bank
Claudio Ferraz, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro
Samuel Freije, World Bank
Arturo Galindo, Inter-American Development Bank
Adriana Kugler, Georgetown University
Oscar Landerretche, Universidad de Chile
Hugo Ñopo, Inter-American Development Bank
Claudio Raddatz, Banco Central de Chile
Ernesto Stein, Inter-American Development Bank
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