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Multilateral institutions

  1. Devex Opinion: How DFIs could do billions more with their money

  2. Tapping the potential of borrower-led multilateral development banks

    Working papers

  3. What is missing from the World Bank’s Evolution Roadmap? Six priorities for management and shareholders

  4. Making the best use of MDBs’ $2 trillion in callable capital

  5. AfDB’s new Room2Run highlights opportunities and questions about MDB risk transfer

  6. Old wine in new bottles? China, the G7 and the new infrastructure geopolitics

  7. ODI in conversation with Fatou Bensouda

    Event

  8. What’s next for the multilateral development banks in the face of the climate crisis?

  9. Multilateral climate funds: Where is inclusive, sustainable economic transformation being promoted?

    Working papers

  10. Trends and disruptors in multilateral finance: looking ahead with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

    Event

  11. Statement: Annual Meetings 2022 – MDBs can do much more to help solve the global economic and climate crises

    Press Release

  12. Independent think tank leaders issue call to action for MDB reform

    Press Release

  13. Think Change episode 12: do we need a new Bretton Woods agreement for the post-Covid era?

  14. Lessons for peace: engaging with Afghanistan after four decades of conflict and one year of new Taliban administration

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Devex Opinion: World Bank and MDBs must show proactive climate leadership

  16. Reforming capital adequacy at MDBs: How to prudently unlock more financial resources to face the world’s development challenges

  17. ODI Bites – Financing the future of multilateralism: lessons from the WHO for reforming the UN

    Event

  18. Governance of multilateral development banks: Options for reform

    Research reports

  19. Reforming multilateralism: UNGA and the art of the possible

  20. Why and how multilateral development banks should operate in middle-income countries