The 2008 financial crisis heralded a return to prominence for the World Bank and the IMF. Project Syndicate’s contributors assess these institutions’ performance since then, and examine how they should be reformed to promote development more effectively and help advanced and emerging economies alike to avoid – or at least mitigate – future crises.
Multilaterals on the Move
- The Perils of Premature Deindustrialization
- The Drawbacks of Forward Guidance
- Five Years in Limbo
- In Defense of World Government
- Reason and the End of Poverty
- The IMF’s Next Test