Analytical Note, September 2007
Reform of World Bank governance structures.
This South Centre Analytical Note discusses potential governance reforms in the World Bank’s governance structures, with an understanding that some reforms become more or less imperative depending on the direction of the discussions around the long-term strategic direction of the Bank.
It concludes that reforms in the governance structures of the World Bank and other global governance institutions are needed if they are to be better able to reflect and respond to the development needs and priorities of developing countries.
This article was tagged: Bretton Woods Institutions (BWIs), International Monetary Fund (IMF), Reform of the International Financial System, World Trade Organization (WTO)