World Bank’s involvement in the Global Environment Facility and Green Climate Fund trust funds criticised.
The new World Bank Group strategy moves into the implementation stage with changes to country planning and internal structure, but critics say that little will change.
The Bretton Woods Project review of the most important developments at the World Bank and IMF in 2013.
Bretton Woods Project comment on President Jim Yong Kim's blog on Oxfam America challenges the Bank's emphasis on private sector development
A CAO report into the IFC's controversial role in Honduras palm oil company Dinant, has stalled with Bank management as civil society groups call for Bank president Kim to take action against the human rights abuses.
World Bank launches a new approach to fragile states, accompanied by resources, including IFC investment but it remains unclear what role it will play in implementing the reforms.
Bretton Woods Project coverage of the 2013 annual meetings, including links to analysis and decoding of the communiqués as well as notes of some of the civil society and official meetings, as they become available.
Detailed analysis of the communiqués from the 2013 World Bank and IMF annual meetings.
Minutes from a World Bank sponsored event on the new World Bank Group strategy during the 2013 WB/IMF annual meetings.
Tuesday 8 October 2013 Panelists: • Merza Hassan (WB Executive Director for Kuwait and Dean…