No matter your opinion of Paul Wolfowitz’s tenure at the World Bank, the reality is he is out and that means the bank needs a new president. As with any high level vacancy of this sort, there are a lot of opinions, theories and speculation that surround them. The Center for Global Development has gone so far as to put together a survey not only about the candidates, but reform issues surrounding the bank. They also have published work in the past relating to how the bank president is chosen and other ways this selection process might be changed. This blog poses some interesting questions. To see the survey results look here.