• 24-November-2014

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    Mid-term Evaluation Public-Private Partnership for development in Acobamba (Peru)

    The Overall Objective of this mid-term evaluation is a assessment of the design of the APPD management model and the results achieved to date, as well as an analysis of the public local institutional structures with the aim of providing for specific recommendations for the remaining implementation period that will allow for improvement of the quality of the intervention.

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  • 24-November-2014

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    Evaluación intermedia de la alianza público-privada para el desarrollo en Acobamba (Perú)

    The Public-Private Partnership for Development (PPPD) for Institutional Strengthening and Capacity Development in the Province of Acobamba Huacavelica (Peru) was signed in July 2010. It was one of the first PPPD driven by Spanish Cooperation. In 2013 it was carried out its mid-term review in order to obtain an assessment of its management model and the results achieved so far as to improve the quality of this intervention. Spanish only

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  • 22-September-2014

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    World Bank group support to public-private partnerships: lessons from experience in client countries

    The report concludes that the World Bank Group’s deployment of its PPP interventions is well synchronized with client country needs and that,over the period evaluated (FY02–12), the World Bank Group was responsive to client countries’needs and changing priorities. The report articulates well the unique and complementary roles of the World Bank Group entities in the PPP delivery chain and captures their specific contributions.

  • 18-November-2013

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    IOB Study: Public-Private Partnerships in developing countries. A systematic review

    Public-private partnerships (PPP’s) are arelatively recent phenomenon in international development cooperation. Current policy documents frequently refer to expectations regarding their potential contributions to global development goals. The growing international attention was firmly backed by the Netherlands government.

  • 30-June-2011

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    Earnings Growth and Employment Creation: An Assessment of World Bank Support in Three Middle-Income Countries

    The Bank has identified five policy areas that affect employment: macroeconomic conditions, investment climate, labor regulations, education, and social protection. This study assesses the Bank's assistance to Colombia, Tunisia, and Turkey, 1998-2007.