W. Raphael Lam is the IMF Deputy Resident Representative for China. He has previously worked on the China and Japan team in the Asia and Pacific Department. He also participated in the IMF’s lending program to Iceland during the global financial crisis. He has written research papers on China, including real estate, labor market, and government finances. His previous research also covered Japan’s monetary policy and financial sector issues, as well as regional financial integration in Asia.

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