By: Helge Ole Bergesen and Leiv Lunde
226 pages, Figs, tabs
Explores how much, and what, the United Nations and World Bank can really be expected to do to improve mankind. The authors ask, what need is there for these two multilateral development institutions in the next century? Which tasks in promoting world development can they undertake that others cannot? To who are these institutions politically accountable, who sets their agendas and are they credible given financial constraints?
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