As the World Bank publishes a report calling for labour market deregulation, global trade unions fight back.
CSOs raise concerns about content and consultation process of World Bank World Development Report 2018 on education.
World Bank’s 2017 World Development Report on governance introduced the importance of politics, but its impact has been questioned.
Behavioural economics is the basis for the World Bank's 2015 World Development Report but is criticised for ignoring the impact of power and politics.
The World Bank has announced that the World Development Report 2015, due to be published in autumn 2014, will focus on Mind and culture.
By this year's October annual meetings, we will know what the World Bank board has decided on what happens next to that institution's controversial and most popular publication, the Doing Business report.
In December the World Bank published a concept note for its 2014 World Development Report, which will address risk management.
The opening sentences of the 2013 World Development Report Jobs, could not be clearer: "Jobs are the cornerstone of economic and social development". Brendan Martin of UK NGO Public World examines the policy implications for developing economies, trade unions and the wider development community.
Former deputy secretary general of UNCTAD Carlos Fortin, of the Institute of Development Studies, examines the Bank's record on industrial policy over the last 20 years and shows that the Bank's position is more nuanced.
Two October World Bank reports reveal a contradictory message for developing countries' labour markets.