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The evaluation evidence shows that IMF interactions were least effective with advanced and large emerging economies and most effective with PRGF-eligible countries.
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This report presents an evaluation of the Bank’s Country Program in Barbados over the period 2005-2009.
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The period under evaluation, 2003-8, was marked by the consequences of Jamaica’s financial crisis which had erupted in 1995. During the crisis, the Bank remained the major multilateral partner engaged in the country.
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The purpose of the present evaluation study is to discuss the empirical studies that attempt to estimate the impact of foreign aid on economic growth.
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En este informe se presenta una evaluación del Programa de País del Banco con Barbados para el período 2005-2009.
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This specialized review focuses on the internal controls system under the Banks's version of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) internal controls framework.
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This evaluation seeks to provide lessons from successes and failures in the Bank Group’s activities in the sector to help improve the development impact of the renewed attention.
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Safeguards and Sustainability Policies in a Changing World An Independent Evaluation of World Bank Group Experience
This evaluation looks, for the first time, at the full set of safeguards and sustainability policies used in the World Bank Group (WBG)—including the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA).
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Measuring Empowerment? Ask them: Quantifying outcomes from people's own analysis; Insights for Results Based Management from the Experience of a Social Movement in Bangladesh
Measuring Empowerment? shows how participatory assessments can empower and transform relationships, while at the same time generating reliable and valid statistics for what were thought to be only qualitative dimensions.
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Reaping the Fruits of Evaluation? An evaluation of management response systems within aid organisations
This evaluation’s nine key recommendations are mutually rein-forcing. In order to ensure an effective and relevant management response system, the priorities of an organisation should be taken into account in assessing the relevance and usefulness of each recommendation.