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Gösta Ljungman, Resident Representative in Ukraine, International Monetary Fund

Gösta Ljungman has spent over 10 years in the IMF, working on diverse issues in a wide range of countries. In his most recent assignment to Georgia, he helped negotiate and oversee the implementation of the country's Fund-supported program. During 2010-12, Mr. Ljungman worked on the IMF's Ukraine team, with a special focus on fiscal issues. Mr. Ljungman has also worked on fiscal reforms in Moldova, Montenegro, Ireland, Hungary, Serbia, Kyrgyz Republic, Kuwait, Oman and many other countries. Mr. Ljungman has also been a frequent lecturer at their IMF's training institutes in Europe, Middle East and Africa. Prior to joining the IMF, Mr. Ljungman worked in the Swedish Ministry of Finance. 
Mr. Ljungman received his degree in Economics from Uppsala University. He is married with two children. He enjoys long-distance running, and looks forward to taking part in the next Kyiv half marathon.