About the interview transcripts
The majority of the oral histories begin with a discussion of the background of the person being interviewed, examine the reason for joining or interacting with the World Bank, explore his or her career, and conclude with an assessment of the World Bank Group and reflections on its presidents and other influential staff members.   Some interviews depart from this template, opting for a less chronological account of the person’s career at the Bank or focusing only on a specific topic.

Citing an Oral History from the WBG Archives’ Oral History Program
Please use the following example:

Transcript, Oral History Interview with Yoshiaki Abe held on March 16 and 17, 2005, by Marie T. Zenni, page 26, World Bank Group Archives. Online: http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/WDSContentServer/WDSP/IB/2013/07/03/000442464_20130703130344/Rendered/PDF/787850TRN0Abe00arch0160and017002005.pdf