The scope for mdb leverage and innovation in climate finance

@inproceedings{Basu2011TheSF,
  title={The scope for mdb leverage and innovation in climate finance},
  author={Priya Basu and Lisa Finneran and Veronique Bishop and T. R. Sundararaman},
  year={2011}
}
1 Work on this paper was coordinated by a team from the World Bank Group, comprising Priya Basu, Lisa Finneran, Veronique Bishop and Trichur Sundararaman. The team gratefully acknowledges contributions from many colleagues within the World Bank as well as from the Regional Development Banks (the African Development Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Investment Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank). P ub lic D is cl os ur… 

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