These are 2008 AEA Conference Papers; please see also the full 2008 ASSA Preliminary Program Schedule.
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McAfee, Preston (California Institute of Tech.)
Camerer, Colin (California Institute of Technology)
Echenique, Federico (California Institute of Technology)
Goeree, Jacob K.(California Institute of Technology)
Karjbich, Ian (California Institute of Technology)
Linardi, Sera (California Institute of Technology)
McConnell, Margaret Anne(California Institute of Technology)
O'Doherty, John (California Institute of Technology)
Palfrey, Thomas R.(California Institute of Technology)
Plassman, Hilke (California Institute of Technology)
Plott, Charles (California Institute of Technology)
Rangel, Antonio (California Institute of Technology)
Tanaka, Tomomi (California Institute of Technology)
Tao-yi Wang, Joseph (California Institute of Technology)
Yariv, Leeat (California Institute of Technology)
Lange, Carsten (California State Polytechnic University)
Meissner, Christopher M.(Cambridge University)
Lawson, Robert A.(Capital University)
Peters, H. Elizabeth(Carleton University)
Tennyson, Sharon (Carleton University)
Woolley, Frances (Carleton University)
Haisley , Emily (Carnegie Mellon University)
Loewenstein, George (Carnegie Mellon University)
Mostafa, Romel (Carnegie Mellon University)
Rick, Scott (Carnegie Mellon University)
Stephens, Mel (Carnegie Mellon University)
Bettinger, Eric (Case Western Reserve University)
Lacetera, Nicola (Case Western Reserve University)
Evia, Jose Luis (Catholic University of Bolivia and Andean University "Simon Bolivar" of Bolivia)
Gallego, Francisco (Catholic University of Chile)
Contreras, Juan (CBO)
Tristao, Ignez (CBO)
Jacobs, Jan (CCSO and University of Groningen)
Denisova, Irina (CEFIR)
Eller, Markus (CEFIR)
Shang, Jen (Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University)
Orphanides, Athanasios (Central Bank of Cyprus)
Karabay , Bilgehan (Central Bank of Turkey)
Anderson, Steffen (Centre for Economic and Business Research, Denmark)
Draca, Mirko (Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics)
Ammermueller, Andreas (Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Germany)
Prodromidis, Prodromos Ioannis(Centre for Planning and Economic Research (KEPE), Greece)
Crespo, Laura (Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros (CEMFI))
Laserna, Roberto (CERES)
Klimek, Shawn (Cernter for Economic Studies, Censu Bureau)
Adams, William (Citigroup)
Maloney, Michael (Clemson University)
Warner, John T.(Clemson University)
Carlson, John (Cleveland Fed)
Tietenberg, Tom (Colby College)
Kato, Takao (Colgate University)
Agnew, Julie (College of William and Mary)
Anderson, Lisa (College of William and Mary)
Szykman, Lisa (College of William and Mary)
Jaeger, David (College of William and Mary, University of Bonn, and IZA)
Semikolenova, Yadviga (Colorado School of Mines, Division of Economics and Business)
Bajtelsmit, Vickie (Colorado State University)
Jianakoplos, Nancy (Colorado State University)
Almond, Douglas (Columbia University)
Chiappori, Pierre-Andre (Columbia University)
Edlund , Lena (Columbia University )
Fisman, Ray (Columbia University)
Hubbard, Glenn (Columbia University)
Korinek, Anton (Columbia University)
Roell, Ailsa (Columbia University)
Salanie, Bernard (Columbia University)
Stiglitz, Joseph (Columbia University)
Venkatesh , Sudhir (Columbia University)
Vytlacil, Edward (Columbia University)
Woodford, Michael (Columbia University)
Zivin, Joshua (Columbia Universityand NBER)
Linn III, Johnnie B.(Concord University)
Santoro, Marika (Congressional Budget Office)
Schwabish, Jonathan (Congressional Budget Office)
Abowd, John (Cornell University)
Cawley, John (Cornell University)
Grinstein, Yaniv (Cornell University)
Grittersova, Jana (Cornell University)
Ho, Benjamin (Cornell University)
Liu, Feng (Cornell University)
Melaugh, Daniel (Credit Suisse Securities)
Marcet, Albert (CREI, Pompeu Fabra, IAB)
Mairesse, Jacques (CREST, France and NBER)
Kamenik, Ondra (Czech National Bank)

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