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, who is from Wales, currently is at Nuffield College, Oxford, on sabbatical leave from his position as deputy director of the IMF’s External Relations Department, which he has held since 1999. He has been a staff member of the IMF for 25 years. The other positions he has held at the Fund include assistant director of the Research Department heading its World Economic Studies Division, which produces the IMF’s
World Economic Outlook
publication, and speech-writer for the then Managing Director Michel Camdessus. He was formerly an economist at the Bank of England and a consultant at the OECD. His earlier publications include a textbook on the theory of economic growth and research papers on the determination of exchange rates and the demand for money in the UK. He has degrees in economics from Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
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