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    • World Bank – Objectives & Functions Presented By – Subhajit Bhattacharya 10DF005
    • Topics to be Discussed
      • Introduction
      • Brief History of World Bank
      • Top Officials
      • Roles & Objectives
      • Expanded Focus
      • Other Functions
      • Criticism
    • Introduction
      • Definition
      • Stated Goal
    • Brief History
      • Created at Bretton Woods Conference in 1944
      • Domination of The US & UK in negotiations
      • 1945 – 1968
      • 1968 – 1980
      • 1980 – 1989
      • 1989 - Present
    • Top Officials
      • Board of Governors
      • Executive Directors
    • Roles & Objectives
      • Expanded & evolved over the years
      • Main focus – Reconstruction & Development in situations like –
      • Natural Disasters
      • Needs affecting developing countries
      • Post conflict rehabilitation
      • Needs affecting a transitioning economy
    • Expanded Focus
      • Creating Infrastructure
      • Developing financial systems
      • Protect individual and property rights
      • Implement legal systems that encourage business
    • Other Functions
      • Improving living standards
      • Poverty reduction strategies
      • Clean technology fund management
      • Clean air initiative
      • United Nations development business
    • Criticism
      • Criticized by various non-government organizations
      • Policies are criticized by intellectuals
      • Criticism often takes the form of protesting
    • Thank You !