The April 1998 Institute for Development Studies Bulletin critiques the Bank’s World Development Report, The State in a Changing World.
A new World Bank paper asks whether and how the international development targets (formerly known as “DAC targets”) for reducing poverty and improving social and environmental indicators might be achieved.
The Bretton Woods Project is about to be sent the yellow cover draft of the Bank’s 1998 World Development Report.
The 1998 World Development Report (WDR) will address issues of “Knowledge and Information for Development”.
In an annually repeated ritual the World Bank has "reaffirmed the central importance of poverty…
A draft World Bank report examines poverty trends and assesses whether economic growth will be sufficient to reduce poverty to the 2015 targets agreed by donor governments in the OECD’s Development Assistance Committee.