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THE WORLD'S BANKER - A story of failed states, financial crises, and the wealth and poverty of nations

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Publisher: Sydney, University of New South Wales Press
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Edition: first edition - paperback, stiff card covers
ISBN: 0868408255
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Book description and condition

In 1995 James Wolfensohn struck the World Bank like a whirlwind, determined to reinvent the institution founded by Franklin Roosevelt and his World War Two allies. He embraced debt relief for the poorest countries, faced off against critics of the anti-

globalisation movement. Never had the World Bank been more important than under his presidency. 228 x 154mm., pp. 10 (prelim.), 462, notes, index. Large (trade) paperback, stiff card covers. Contents - no inscriptions, card covers - no creases. NEAR FINE


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