What the Next President of the World Bank Should Do

Paul Romer

By Paul Romer

That is the beauty of the bank: its diplomatic mission gives it a unique ability to address global issues.

By Paul Romer

As the World Bank’s board considers nominations for the institution’s next president (Donald Trump is expected to nominate David Malpass, the US Treasury department’s top official on international affairs), there are two critical ways he or she can make the bank more effective.

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Paul Romer is a Professor of Economics and Director of The Urbanization Project.