The State of World Bank Knowledge Services: Knowledge for Development

Improving global governance
Sep 29, 2011 | World Bank

In the new global economy, good data and information will be at least as important as financial assistance. By means of an institution-wide review of its knowledge work, the World Bank seeks to increase the impact and openness of its research and advisory services.
In this report, the World Bank reviews its $600 million in spending on research, economic and sector reports, technical assistance, and training to refocus its role in the context of new technologies, new players, and evolving client needs.  

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