Development Finance Institutions
Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) have a unique but often misunderstood role to play in catalyzing international development. Agile, effective DFIs can shape how the private sector interacts with development policymakers. However, the changing foreign assistance landscape in the United States and abroad may require a re-evaluation of DFIs’ effectiveness, measurable development impact, and future decisions.
The Project on Prosperity and Development has explored the challenges and opportunities that DFIs face in a series of reports, available below.