In a new blog the Bretton Woods Project highlights the Bank's increasing investment in financial intermediaries at the expense of education and health
The IMF released papers accepting the case against inequality, however it shows no indication of changing its demands upon borrowing countries.
Poland has taken public control of a World-Bank-promoted private-asset-managed pension scheme which was causing huge losses, but the Bank continues to deny blame.
Lagarde discusses income inequality in UK speech and cites Oxfam paper that criticises IMF, but ignores recommendations to reduce income inequality.
This briefing analyses the recently published IMF discussion note Women, work and the economy and draws some positive conclusions from its recommendations, whilst pointing to additional measures that the IMF can take to promote gender equity.
Civil society organisations and individuals has urged Kim to expand B-SPAN, the World Bank's internet based broadcasting service.
The best papers, books and electronic resources on the World Bank and IMF from 2013.
The World Bank has announced that the World Development Report 2015, due to be published in autumn 2014, will focus on Mind and culture.
Civil society organisations react to the latest Doing Business Report and call for reforms.
Minutes from a World Bank/IMF seminar on climate change during the World Bank/IMF annual meetings 2013.