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International Financial Institutions and Their Leaders

L'affaire Wolfowitz has demonstrated that it is time the world focuses on two priorities in the governance of multilateral development banks, international financial institutions, multilateral agencies and selection of their leaders. One, abandon dysfunctional processes in selection of their leaders. Two, redraw the architecture of the multilateral system for financing, cooperation and coordination.

Laffaire Wolfowitz has demonstrated that it is time the world focuses on two priorities in the governance of multilateral development banks, international financial institutions, multilateral agencies and selection of their leaders. One, abandon dysfunctional processes in selection of their leaders. Two, redraw the architecture of the multilateral system for financing,

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