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Beyond the Dollars: Ensuring World Bank Evolution Means Evidence and Impact Revolution, Too
The Other Global Challenge: Pandemic Risks and the World Bank Roadmap
Adapting Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) to Global Challenges: Perspectives of African Leaders on Reform
JETPs and the Role of Multilateral Development Banks in Shaping and Driving the Just Energy Transition
A Conversation with IDB President Ilan Goldfajn
In Conversation: Ajay Banga and Afsaneh Beschloss on the Future of the World Bank
Priorities and challenges for Latin America and the Caribbean: a panel discussion with IDB President Ilan Goldfajn
Promoting Climate-Resilient and Green Development in Africa
Future of Development Forum
Climate change, conflict, food insecurity, and pandemics. These global challenges are growing in urgency, and complexity—and they are not confined by borders. While wealthy countries are aging and their growth rates are faltering, the traditional manufacturing-led path to rapid growth in poorer countries is narrowing.
Trends and disruptors in multilateral finance: looking ahead with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Latin America and the Caribbean at a Crossroads: What Agenda and Role for the Inter-American Development Bank?
COVID-19 and related economic shocks have had important but heterogeneous impact across the Latin American and Caribbean region, which also faces elevated climate risks, increasing rates of poverty, declining life expectancy in some countries, and unprecedented rates of crime and violence. The International Monetary Fund now forecasts average growth of 1.7% in 2023 with high...
Multilateral Development Banks for a Global Future: The Perspective of Emerging Market Leaders
With increasing challenges that go beyond national borders, the World Bank and other MDBs must quickly transform themselves and become truly global banks – through broader mandates, better governance, and modern business models. Middle-income countries will be a crucial part of this transformation.