Tag Archives: World Bank

My Two Big Worries About the World Bank

Is the World Bank becoming irrelevant?

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The World Bank: The Data Gatherer That Did Not Gather Data

The World Bank subtly dodges debate about income inequality in rich countries.

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BRICS: Toward a Rio Consensus

The BRICS countries set out to overcome Western domination and the legacy of the “Washington Consensus.”

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The Global Economy’s “Group of 48”

About a quarter of the world’s countries individually produce between 0.1% and 1% of global GDP.

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Global Cooperation Buckling Under Past Successes

In finance and beyond, how is global cooperation failing from its own prior wins?

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Should China Deregulate Finance?

Why is it in the world’s best interest for China to go slow on deregulating its financial system?

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Why China Does Not See Itself As a Model

Despite its growing economic and political power on the global stage, why doesn’t China want the world to view it as a model?

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China: Hitting a BRIC Wall

After exhausting its basic growth model, how can China nurture productivity, innovation and modernity?

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China and the End of the Magic of Extrapolation

How can China avoid a hard landing in the next few years?

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Do We Need New Global Institutions?

What is the world to do when national governments retreat from global commitments?

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