March 05, 2012
Lack of unity among emerging markets keeps them on sidelines as Columbia University’s Earth Institute economist announces candidacy.
By Tom Buerkle
The job description sounds enviable: president of a $300 billion-in-assets lender, no pesky Dodd-Frank constraints, extensive travel, frequent meetings with global leaders, photo ops with Bono and a tax-free salary of more than $400,000.
All true, yet theres a curious lack of candidates to become the next World Bank president.
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