This volume of the five-volume "Multilateral Development Banks" set draws on the insights of the four regional volumes - Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Caribbean - to summarize key points and also to examine the banks as a genre of development agencies. Among the questions Culpeper addresses are: do the banks duplicate each other's activities? Can we afford to have so many institutions doing essentially the same things? Or will it be necessary to reform the policies and operations of the entire system in order to effectively assist the world's one billion desperately poor?
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