These are 2008 AEA Conference Papers; please see also the full 2008 ASSA Preliminary Program Schedule.
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Waggoner, Daniel (Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta)
Wallace, Leslie (University of California-San Diego)
Walsh, Carl (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Walstad, William (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
Wang, J. Christina(Boston College and Federal Reserve Bank of Boston)
Wang, Jialan (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Warner, John T.(Clemson University)
Wascher, William (Federal Reserve Board)
Wasserman, Timothy H.(Syracuse University)
Watanabe, Yasutora (Northwestern University)
Watt, Stanley (International Monetary Fund)
Webb, Anthony (Boston College)
Weder, Mark (University of Adelaide)
Wei, Min (Federal Reserve Board)
Wei, Shang-Jin (International Monetary Fund)
Weil, David (Brown University and NBER)
Weinberg, Bruce (Ohio State University)
Weinberger, Catherine (University of California)
Weinstein, Jeffrey M.(Yale University)
Weller, Brian (Harvard University)
Wessels, Walter (North Carolina State)
Weymark, Diana (Vanderbilt University)
White, Lawrence (New York University)
Whited, Toni (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
Wilhelm , Mark (Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis)
Wilkie, Simon (University of Southern California)
Willen, Paul (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston)
Willett, John (Harvard University)
Wilson, Daniel (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)
Wimmer, Elliott (Stanford University)
Wise, David (Harvard University)
Wittink, Dick (Yale University)
Wolf, Nikolaus (University of Warwick)
Wolfers, Justin (University of Pennsylvania Wharton Business School)
Wolfers, Justin (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Business School)
Wongswan, Jon (Federal Reserve Board)
Woodford, Michael (Columbia University)
Woodruf, Christopher (University of California, San Diego)
Woolard, Ingrid (University of Cape Town)
Wooldridge, Jeffrey M.(Michigan State University)
Woolley, Frances (Carleton University)
Wright, Jonathan (Federal Reserve Board)
Wu, Steven (The Ohio State University)

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