Vladimir Klyuev is Deputy Chief of the Developing Markets Strategy Unit in the IMF’s Strategy, Policy, and Review Department. In his IMF career, he has worked on a variety of advanced economies, emerging markets, and low-income countries. He has also spent several years in the IMF’s Research Department covering multilateral issues, and has taught at the IMF Institute (now the IMF Institute for Capacity Development). Mr. Klyuev has produced a number of theoretical and empirical articles and papers on topics as diverse as exchange rate arrangements, household savings, and inflation targeting. He holds a PhD in Political Economy and Government from Harvard University, a Master of Public Affairs from Indiana University, Bloomington, and an engineer-scientist degree in Nuclear Physics from St. Petersburg Technical University.