Why the multilateral model needs a reboot
Every year thousands of the world’s smartest alumni, from the US and elsewhere, try their luck at graduate programmes offered by blue-chip multilateral lenders. These jobs have a lot going for them: prestige, a good salary, great career prospects and – binding it all together – a sense that one is part of an organisation that’s helping poorer nations climb the development ladder. But what if, in reality, such institutions were consistently failing to live up to their mission?
This is an editorial I wrote for Infrastructure Investor. Here's a link to the whole article