Enhanced Coordination between the World Bank and Regional Development Banks

By June 29, 2012Articles, International

This paper discusses some of the issues of legitimacy and inequalities perceived to be pervasive in the governance structure of the World Bank. It explores proposals of the Meltzer, Malan and Zedillo Commissions on how to improve such perceived inadequacies. It also considers the way in which the interactions between the regional development banks (RDBs) and the World Bank can be used to improve problems of perceived inequalities at the World Bank.
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