These are 2008 AEA Conference Papers; please see also the full 2008 ASSA Preliminary Program Schedule.
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Taber, Christopher (Northwestern University)
Takeda, Fumiko (University of Tokyo)
Takhtamanova, Yelena F.(Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
Tan, Wei (SUNY Stony Brook)
Tanaka, Tomomi (California Institute of Technology)
Tancioni, Massimiliano (University of Rome)
Tao-yi Wang, Joseph (California Institute of Technology)
Tartari, Melissa (Yale University)
Tas, Dilara (Southern Illinois University-Carbondale)
Tatsiramos, Konstantinos (IZA)
Taylor, Alan M.(University of California, Davis)
Taylor, Alan M.(University of California-Davis)
Taylor, John B.(Stanford University)
Tempelman, Jerry (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Tennyson, Sharon (Carleton University)
Tertilt, Michele (Stanford University)
Tesfatsion, Leigh (Iowa State University)
Tetlock, Paul (University of Texas at Austin)
Thacher, Jennifer (University of New Mexico)
Thaler, Richard (University of Chicago)
Thomas, Kathleen (Mississippi State University)
Thomsen, Stephan (ZEW-Centre for European Economic Research)
Tietenberg, Tom (Colby College)
Tille, Cedric (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
To, Ted (BLS)
Tobacman, Jeremy (University of Oxford)
Todd, Petra (University of Pennsylvania)
Toder, Eric (Urban Institute)
Tom, Sabrina (University of California, Los Angeles)
Tomlin, Kasaundra (Oakland University)
Tong, Hui (International Monetary Fund)
Tookes, Heather (Yale School of Management)
Torero , Maximo (International Food Policy Research Institute)
Tovar-Rodriguez, Patricia (Brandeis University)
Toxvaerd, Flavio (University of Cambridge)
Travis, Karen (Pacific Lutheran University)
Trebbi, Francesco (University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and NBER)
Trepel, Chrisopher (University of California, Los Angeles)
Tressel, Thierry (International Monetary Fund)
Treussard, Jonathan (Boston University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Tristao, Ignez (CBO)
Troesken, Werner (University of Pittsburgh)
Tse, Chung-Yi (University of Hong Kong)
Tsuruga, Takayuki ()
Tsyvinski, Aleh (Harvard University)
Tufano, Peter (Harvard University and NBER)


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