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.
- Economic silver lining at the base of the pyramid?
- Patience needed at the base of the pyramid
- Smaller firms seek links up the chain
- Going green for the holidays
- Business counting on Bali agreement
- Economic malaise? Call the flying executive
- Not exactly beach reading
- Hedging climate change bets
- Blueprint for the future firm?
- Making money and a difference?
- Responsible entrepreneurship
- Al Gore must be smiling
- Catch up on your reading
- Nutrition in New Delhi - a dispatch
- Business and poverty reduction – the missing link?
- The ultimate emerging market
- Integrating the social into the business model
- Size matters – but what about ownership?
- CSR conference: Good business for all
- Corporate responsibility goes Hollywood
- Anything you can do, I can do better
- Private sector public goods
- Business takes on the poverty penalty
- Just say no to corruption
- Economists debate financial sector in India and China