Peer reviewed academic articles
Humphrey, C. and K. Michaelowa. (2018). "China in Africa: Competition for Traditional Development Finance Institutions?" AidData Working Paper 61, July 2018. Williamsburg: AidData.
Humphrey, C. (2017). “He Who Pays the Piper Calls the Tune: Credit Rating Agencies and Multilateral Development Banks.” Review of International Organization 12: 281-306.
Humphrey, C. (2016). “The Invisible Hand: Financial Pressures and Organizational Convergence in Multilateral Development Banks.” Journal of Development Studies Vol. 52, No. 1, pp 92-112.
Humphrey, C. (2014). “The Politics of Loan Pricing in Multilateral Development Banks.” Review of International Political Economy Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 611-639. Winner, 2013 Swiss Network for International Studies International Geneva Award.
Humphrey, C. and K. Michaelowa. (2013). “Shopping for Development: Multilateral Lending, Shareholder Composition and Borrower Preferences.” World Development Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 142-155.
Peer reviewed policy articles
Humphrey, C. (2018). “Channeling private investment to infrastructure: What can multilateral development banks realistically do?” Overseas Development Institute Working Paper 534, April 2018. London: ODI.
Humphrey, C. (2018). “The Role of Credit Rating Agencies in Shaping Multilateral Finance: Recent Developments and Policy Options.” Policy paper for the Group of 24, 3 April 2018. Washington: G24.
Prizzon, A., C. Humphrey, I. Kaul, K. Kodera, A. McKechnie and A. Rogerson (2017). “Six recommendations for reforming multilateral development banks: An essay series.” December 2017. London: ODI.
Humphrey, C. (2017). “Six proposals to strengthen the finances of multilateral development banks.” Overseas Development Institute Working Paper, April 2017. London: ODI.
Humphrey, C. (2016). "Time for a new approach to environmental and social protection at multilateral development banks.” Overseas Development Institute Briefing Paper, April 2016. London: ODI.
Bradlow, D. and C. Humphrey. (2015). “Sustainability and Infrastructure Investment: National Development Banks in Africa.” GEGI Boston University. Boston: Boston University.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “Are Credit Rating Agencies Limiting the Operational Capacity of Multilateral Development Banks?” Policy paper for the Group of 24, October 30, 2015. Washington: G24.
Humphrey, C., S. Griffith-Jones, J. Xu, R. Carey and A. Prizzon. (2015). “Multilateral development banks in the 21st century: three perspectives on China and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.” Overseas Development Institute Working and Discussion Paper, December 2015. London: ODI.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “Development Revolution or Bretton Woods Revisited? The prospects of the BRICS New Development Bank and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank.” Overseas Development Institute Working Paper, April 2015. London: ODI.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “Challenges and Opportunities for Multilateral Development Banks in 21st Century Infrastructure Finance.” Global Green Growth Institute and G24 special paper series on infrastructure finance and development. Seoul: GGGI.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “National Development Banks and Infrastructure Provision: A Comparative Study of Brazil, China and South Africa.” Global Green Growth Institute and G24 special paper series on infrastructure finance and development. Seoul: GGGI.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “The African Development Bank: Ready to Face the Challenges of the Future?” Swedish Expert Group for Aid Studies Report 4, March 2015. EBA: Stockholm.
Humphrey, C. and A. Prizzon (2014). “Guarantees for development: a review of multilateral development bank operations.” Overseas Development Institute Research Paper, December 2014. London: ODI.
Blogs and opinion pieces
Humphrey, C. (2016). “How multilateral agencies can move from ‘billions to trillions,’” Beyond BRICS Blog, Financial Times, 30 September 2016.
Humphrey, C. (2016). “An extra trillion dollars: could the development banks be doing more?” The Guardian, 18 May 2016.
Humphrey, C. (2016). “Could multilateral banks be lending an extra $1 trillion?” Overseas Development Institute, 6 May 2016.
Humphrey, C. (2016). “The problem with development banks' environmental and social safeguards.” Overseas Development Institute, 14 April 2016.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “China’s AIIB bank set to become major player while new BRICS bank lags behind.” Overseas Development Institute, 30 April 2015.
Humphrey, C. (2015). "Asiatische Infrastrukturinvestmentbank (AIIB): grosser diplomatischer Erfolg für China." De Facto. University of Zurich, 15 December 2015.
Book contributions and reviews
Humphrey, C. (2017). “Ruth Ben-Artzi. 2016. Regional development banks in comparison: Banking strategies versus development goals (New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.” Review of International Organizations 12 (3): 485-489.
Humphrey, C. (2015). “Shareholder Interests and Loan ‘Hassle Factors’ at Multilateral Development Banks.” in Susan Park and Jonathan Strand (eds) Global Economic Governance and the Development Practices of the Multilateral Development Banks. New York: Routledge.
Humphrey, C. (2013). The Business of Development: Borrowers, Shareholders, and the Reshaping of Multilateral Development Lending. Thesis for the London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of International Development. Passed oral examination March 7, 2013 with no revisions.
Molinas Vega, J., G. Facchini and C. Humphrey. (2011). Human Opportunities for Children in Chaco, Argentina. Technical note, LAC Vice-Presidency, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
Humphrey, C. (2008). Operational Innovations in Analytical and Advisory Services. LAC Vice-Presidency, Operations Policy Unit. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
Fretes Cibils, V., C. Humphrey and R. Polastri. (2007). “The Power of Growth to Build a Prosperous Society.” In An Opportunity for a Different Peru: Prosperous, Equitable and Governable, eds. M. Giugale, V. Fretes-Cibils and J. Newman. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
Humphrey, C. (2003). “Narcotics, Economics and Poverty.” In Mexico Southern States Development Strategy, ed. G. Hall. Washington D.C.: World Bank.