Senior Private Sector Development Specialist
Michael Jarvis is a Senior Private Sector Development Specialist with the World Bank Institute, with an interest in private sector roles in development and strengthening ethical global business practices. He currently manages a program promoting good governance of extractive industries, but has worked on a variety of corporate responsibility and anticorruption efforts, including a business alliance to combat malnutrition. Prior to joining the World Bank, Michael worked on fair labor issues, promoting transparency in the arms trade, and as a consultant on historical corporate esponsibility and legal compliance issues. He can often be found in obscure music venues, a reminder of a brief stint on music radio.
- 05/06/13 Houston - We Have a Problem When Transparency Does Not Convey Clarity
- 04/30/13 Land Transparency – what makes for a good initiative? A case for a responsible investment index
- 02/15/12 Beyond transparency: What’s next?
- 06/30/11 The hybrid entrepreneur
- 06/09/11 Turning deals into development
- 12/07/10 From Deals to Development: A snapshot from Monrovia
- 10/06/10 Inclusive is the new black
- 02/11/10 Development 2.0 emerging from the blizzard
- 01/12/10 A multiplying bottom line?
- 10/19/09 Financial crisis lab rats
- 08/13/09 Blackbeard's co-op on the high seas
- 07/14/09 Business in a failed state
- 05/12/09 A collective need to rebuild public trust
- 04/09/09 CSR++ for agribusiness
- 12/17/08 Legislating for doing good
- 12/15/08 Necessity or luxury?
- 12/12/08 Economic silver lining at the base of the pyramid?
- 06/23/08 Patience needed at the base of the pyramid
- 01/08/08 Smaller firms seek links up the chain
- 12/21/07 Going green for the holidays
- 12/06/07 Business counting on Bali agreement
- 08/29/07 Economic malaise? Call the flying executive
- 07/30/07 Not exactly beach reading
- 06/26/07 Hedging climate change bets
- 06/18/07 Blueprint for the future firm?