Improving results of global development investments

|Source: Brookings|
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The current multilateral development system, in which the United States was instrumental in organizing, has grown to play a major role in global development, from the economic focus of the World Bank Group; to the social development priorities of UN agencies; to purpose-specific funds such as GPE.

Given this dynamic and complex environment, regular assessments of these multilateral development institutions would provide evidence for transparent decision-making and maximizing the return on investment to taxpayers. Furthermore, an objective measure of performance and organizational effectiveness would provide these institutions with incentives for improvement. 

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