Reforming the World Bank: Twenty Years of Trial - and Errorby David A. Phillips
Pub. Date: 03/31/2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book explains why the World Bank has not achieved substantive efficiency or effectiveness in delivering economic assistance. See more details below
This book explains why the World Bank has not achieved substantive efficiency or effectiveness in delivering economic assistance.
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- New Edition
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Table of Contents
Part I. Origins and Evolution: 1. What does the World Bank do and how does it do it?; 2. The emerging critique; Part II. The Search for Effectiveness: 3. Fifty years of bank reforms; 4. The 1990s - reengineering the organization; 5. Changing culture and changing people; 6. Reforming the bank's assistance product; 7. Changing the quality of development assistance; 8. Financing the reorganization; 9. Why did the reforms fail?; Part III. Towards Real Reform: The Governance Agenda: 10. The governors and the directors; 11. The leadership; 12. Looking back and looking forward: what is to be done?
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