A Development Bank for the 21st Century. A History of the EBRD, Volume 2
Transforming Markets also examines how the EBRD broadened its investment criteria, arguing that transition towards sustainable economies requires market qualities that are not only competitive and integrated but which are also resilient, well-governed, green and more inclusive. This approach aligned with the 2015 Paris Agreement and the international community's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with its core set of 17 sustainable development goals. The story of the EBRD's own transition and rich history provides a route map for building the sustainable markets necessary for future growth and prosperity.
About the Authors
Andrew Kilpatrick is a consultant to the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and World Bank Group. Until 2018, he was executive counsellor to the Chief Economist at the EBRD and Director for Project and Sector Assessment in the Economics and Policy Group from 2008.
Anthony Williams is senior journalist, editor and communications specialist, Director of External Communications at the EBRD.
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