CICDC Coordinator

Ling Hui Tan was appointed Coordinator of the newly inaugurated China-IMF Capacity Development Center (CICDC) in August 2017. Prior to taking on the position, she worked for over 20 years at the IMF headquarters in Washington D.C., primarily in the Institute for Capacity Development, where she was the division chief responsible for the macroeconomics training program in Asia and the Pacific, and in the IMF’s Independent Evaluation Office, where she led and/or contributed to evaluations of the IMF’s work in a wide range of areas including social protection, crisis programs in the euro area, technical assistance, capital account liberalization, and international trade policy issues. Her research publications include papers on trade and structural policy issues in various academic journals. Ling Hui is a Singapore national and holds a PhD in Economics from Harvard University.