Teresa Curristine has over 20 years of experience working in the PFM field. She is a Deputy Division Chief in the IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department, where she advises governments on managing their public finances. She leads capacity development missions and research teams working on a variety of public financial management areas including fiscal frameworks, fiscal risk management, fiscal responsibility laws, fiscal transparency, performance budgeting, gender budgeting and public investment management. Prior to joining the IMF, she worked for the OECD where she managed projects and networks on improving public sector efficiency and results. She was a lecturer at the University of Oxford from where she received her PhD.She has published several articles and edited three books: Public Financial Management and its Emerging Architecture, Performance Budgeting in OECD Countries, and Modernising Government: The Way Forward.