Aquí, en el Banco Mundial, publicamos a lo largo del año una numerosa cantidad de artículos, comunicados de prensa, blogs, videos, y mucho más. Nos interesa saber cuáles son los temas de mayor…

Analía Martinez |

In the last three decades, East Asia has reaped the demographic dividend. An abundant and growing labor force powered almost one-third of the region’s per capita income growth from the 1960s to…

Axel van Trotsenburg |

The Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS) is a major global rice producer and exporter but its population suffers from serious levels of poverty and malnutrition.   Spanning six countries – China,…

Sergiy Zorya |

This is the ninth in our series of posts by students on the job market this year. In developing countries a large fraction of public and financial services are provided by NGOs and mediated by…

Development Impact Guest Blogger |

También diponible en English Obras públicas en la Sexta Avenida, zona 1, junto al  Palacio Nacional, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala. Foto: María Fleischmann / Banco Mundial ¿Sabes cuánto valen en…

Eguiar Lizundia, Fernando Fernández-Monge, Jorge Luis Silva Mendez |

  According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), full implementation of countries’ submitted pledges for low-carbon development will require USD 13.5 trillion in investments in energy…

Abhishek Bhaskar, Rafael Ben |

El Niño is back and may be stronger than ever.   A wooden boat is seen stranded on the dry cracked riverbed of the Dawuhan Dam during drought season in Madiun, Indonesia's East Java province…

Axel van Trotsenburg |

The White Nile in South Sudan. Photo by Steve Utterwulghe. As I was landing in Juba, the bustling capital of South Sudan, I couldn’t help but reminisce about my days working in Khartoum for the UN…

Steve Utterwulghe, Patrick Banya |

Who in the household has decision making power over various things (kids going to school, health seeking behavior of individual members) either alone or jointly with someone else in the household…

Markus Goldstein |

It was recorded by the Spanish conquistadors, and triggered famines that have been linked to China’s 1901 Boxer Rebellion and even the French revolution. Named by Peruvian fishermen because of its…

Francis Ghesquiere, Nicholas Jones |