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In 2009-10, IMF Management advanced the argument that excessive reserve accumulation was jeopardizing the stability of the international monetary system. This evaluation traces the evolution of this thinking, in particular how it relates to the Fund’s longerstanding concern about the risks from global imbalances, and discusses reasons for the shift towards stressing the risks posed by excessive reserve accumulation.
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This second phase evaluation reaffirms some of the findings of the first phase: greater processing efficiency and disbursement speed; the positive role in crisis response of well-established country dialogue and country knowledge.
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Huit évaluations rétrospectives ont été menées sur la période 1996 - 2009 (dont cinq en 2008 et 2009) portant sur 14 lignes de crédit octroyées à différents partenaires dans quatre pays différents (Afrique du sud, Turquie, Tunisie, Viet Nam).
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This independent evaluation reviews a portfolio of ~14 projects supported by SECO since the mid-nineties. The report provides an overview of how SECO interventions in the partner countries have contributed to financial sector stability as well as sustained economic development.
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This meta evaluation reviews the role and effectiveness of SECO interventions and assesses 19 SECO financed projects of the past ten years and provides an overview of how SECO interventions in the partner countries have contributed to an improvement of frame conditions for the private sector.
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Overall, the evaluation finds ADB's assistance to be relevant, responsive, and satisfactory in achieving program objectives and initial results. There is, however, scope for enhancing ADB's preparedness for timely delivery of assistance.
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It finds that the IMF provided few clear warnings about the risks and vulnerabilities associated with the impending crisis before its outbreak.
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This study, carried out by the Bank’s independent Evaluation Department, focuses on the crisis response from an EBRD perspective and is grounded in the EBRD's unique mandate and instruments.
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In the mid-1990s, Bhutan's financial system was heavily burdened with nonperforming loans that, on average across all financial institutions, were close to 40% of outstanding loans.
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While it had been envisaged that the operation would lead both to greater engagement in financial sector reform in Egypt, and to a follow-on operation, neither of these transpired.