Jeremy Clift is former Publisher of the International Monetary Fund. A writer and former country manager at Reuters, he was previously Editor-in-Chief of Finance & Development magazine and IMF Survey. As head of the IMF’s Current Communications division, he ran online content creation, blogs, Facebook, and multimedia. A graduate of the London School of Economics, he has worked around the world, living in London, Washington, Paris, Cairo, New Delhi, Beijing, Manila, and Jakarta. He has published profiles and interviews with several leading economists, including Nobel Prize winners Vernon Smith and Daniel Kahneman, as well as Olivier Blanchard, Avinash Dixit, Allan Meltzer, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Mario Monti, and Hernando de Soto. He has also edited collections of work on Health and Development and Financial Globalization, as well as books on VAT, Japan, and IMF technical assistance.