The Multilateral Development Banks: Improving U.S. Leadership

The Multilateral Development Banks: Improving U.S. Leadership

The Multilateral Development Banks: Improving U.S. Leadership

The Multilateral Development Banks: Improving U.S. Leadership

Synopsis

Upton examines the U.S. policy process toward the five multilateral development banks-the World Bank Group, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the African Development Bank, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development-as a case study in how the United States manages its participation in multilateral institutions. The management of the U.S. role in these institutions is significant primarily because these institutions play an increasingly important role in the U.S. relationship with the developing world and because, for the most part, they are mature institutions being called upon to adapt their roles and operating styles to new financial and political realities.
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