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The Activities of the Yokohama Specie Bank in the Foreign Trade Financing Operations for Raw Cotton before the First World War

Aid and Reform in Africa. Shantayanan Devarajan, David R. Dollar and Torgny Holmgren. The World Bank, 696 pp

ALLEN, Richard Ian Gordon (born 1944), consultant on public finance issues, International Monetary Fund and World Bank, since 2010; Deputy Division Chief, Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund, 2005–09

Amy L. S. Staples. The Birth of Development: How the World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Health Organization Changed the World, 1945–1965. (New Studies in U.S. Foreign Relations.) Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press. 2006. Pp. xvi, 349. $55.00

An analysis of GAVI, the Global Fund and World Bank support for human resources for health in developing countries

The Ascendancy of Economics in the World Bank, 1944–1979

Balancing the Scales: The World Bank Sanctions Process and Access to Remedies

Banking Services for Everyone? Barriers to Bank Access and Use around the World

Beyond the World Bank Agenda

The Birth of Development: How the World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organization, and World Health Organization Changed the World, 1945–1965

BRADFORD, Max(well Robert) (born 1942), World Bank consultant and economic consultant, since 2002; Principal, since 2001, and Director, since 2005, Bradford & Associates Ltd; Associate, Oxford Policy Management (UK) Ltd, since 2012

BRIERLEY, Christopher Wadsworth (1929 - 2002), Senior Adviser, Natural Gas Development Unit, World Bank, Washington, USA, 1990–94; Managing Director, Resources and New Business, 1987–89, and Member of the Board, 1985–89, British Gas plc (formerly British Gas Corporation)

CARGILL, (Ian) Peter (Macgillivray) (1915 - 1981), Senior Vice President, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), 1978–80

CARTER, Dorothy Ethel Fleming (1928 - 1995), energy adviser; World Bank consultant; Partner, International Energy Efficiency Consultants, since 1983; Vice President, British Institute of Energy Economics, since 1980

CASSELL, Frank (1930 - 2011), Chairman, Crown Agents Pension Scheme, 1997–2006 (Member, Board of Crown Agents, 1991–97); Economic Minister, Washington, and UK Executive Director, International Monetary Fund and World Bank, 1988–90

The Chad–Cameroon Pipeline Project: Some Thoughts about the Legal Challenges and Lessons Learned from a World Bank-financed Large Infrastructure Project

CLARKE, Reginald Arnold (1921 - 1989), Director of Compensation, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), Washington, DC, 1979–87

Combating Corruption: A Comparative Review of Selected Legal Aspects of State Practice and Major International Initiatives by W. Paatii Ofosu-Amaah, Raj Soopramanien and Kishor Uprety. World Bank Publication, 1999

Contrasting Theory and Practice: The World Bank and Social Capital in Rural Mexico

Corporate Governance at the World Bank and the Dilemma of Global Governance

Deaton, Angus. The Analysis of Household Surveys: A Microeconometric Approach to Development Policy. Baltimore MD: Johns Hopkins University Press (Published for the World Bank), 1996, 479 pp., $39.95

Demons of Disorder: Early Blackface Minstrels and Their World. By Dale Cockrell and Theatre Culture in America, 1825–1860. By Rosemarie K. Bank

DEWAR, Robert James (born 1923), World Bank, retired 1984

The Environmental Accountability of the World Bank to Non-State Actors: Insights from the Inspection Panel

Environmental Economics at the World Bank

EVATT, Elizabeth Andreas (born 1933), Member: World Bank Administrative Tribunal, 1998–2006; International Commission of Jurists, since 2003

The Evolution of the World Bank's Land Policy

The Evolution of the World Bank's Land Policy: Principles, Experience, and Future Challenges

Faith in Development: Partnership between the World Bank and the Churches of Africa. Edited by Deryke Belshaw, Robert Calderisi, and Chris Sugden. Oxford: Regnum Books, 2001. 246 pp. np.

Financial liberalisation, institutional transformation and credit allocation in developing countries: the World Bank and the internationalisation of banking

 

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The name by which the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development combined with its affiliates, the International Development Association and the International Finance Corporation, is known.

Subjects: economics.


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