Christopher Lane (clane@imf.org) is the Special Representative of the IMF to the United Nations. His IMF career has focused on macroeconomic policies and economic development in developing and emerging markets. Prior to taking up the UN position, Mr. Lane was responsible for operations and policy in about 70 low-income developing markets during 2012-16, including policy initiatives to provide debt relief to countries facing public health disasters (e.g., Ebola) and enhancing the financial safety net for developing countries. Mr. Lane has also engaged in policy and operational work on Liberia, Mali, Russia, Turkey, Lithuania, and Nigeria.

 

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