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Adil Mohommad is currently an Economist in the Research Department of the IMF. He has previously served as an economist on numerous IMF country teams including India, Australia, New Zealand, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tuvalu. His previous research includes topics in fiscal reforms, institutions and growth, labor markets, and trade. He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Maryland and an M.A. in Economics from Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University (India).
In 2019, the IMF will complete 14 assessments under the Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP). Eight of this year’s assessments are mandatory: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Italy, Poland, Singapore, and Switzerland. The other six are voluntary: Algeria, Bahamas, Kuwait, FYR Macedonia, Malta, and Thailand. (more…)
Jason Harris is deputy division chief of the Public Financial Management division in the Fiscal Affairs Department. His research focusses on macroeconomic and fiscal policy, and he has developed the IMF’s Fiscal Transparency Code, Public Sector Balance Sheet assessments and Fiscal Stress Tests. Prior to joining the fund in 2010, he spent a decade at the Australian Treasury in various roles - as a macroeconomist, the manager for the Commonwealth Budget process and as an advisor to the Prime Minister. He also spent three years as a macro-fiscal advisor for the Papua New Guinean Treasury.
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Yongzheng Yang is currently the IMF’s Resident Representative to the Philippines. Until recently, he was a Deputy Division Chief at the Asia and Pacific Department of the IMF and the IMF’s mission chief for Myanmar. Prior to that, he was the IMF’s Resident Representative in Pacific island countries from 2010 to 2014 and served as the IMF’s mission chief for Papua New Guinea and Samoa.
Mr. Yang has also worked on countries in Africa and Central Asia. Before joining the IMF in 2001, he taught at The Australian National University and the Macquarie University for 10 years. His research interest includes financial inclusion, international trade, general equilibrium modelling, and development issues.