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eBook IEG Review of World Bank Assistance for Financial Sector Reform (Independent Evaluation Group Studies) ePub

by Laurie Effron

  • ISBN: 0821363050
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: Laurie Effron
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications; 1 edition (May 5, 2006)
  • Pages: 168
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Public Disclosure Authorized. Public Disclosure Authorized. Independent evaluation group. The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) reports directly to the Bank’s Board of Executive Directors. This evaluation was written by Laurie Effron (IEGCR), with the assistance of Robert Cull (DECRG), Nicolas Dujovne (consultant), Ilka Funke (IEGCR), Jeremy Ghez, Manuel Hinds (consultants), Gulmira Karaguisheva (IEGCR), Miguel Kiguel, Fred Levy, Millard Long, Dan Mozes (consultants), Brandie Sasser, and Barbara.

This evaluation presents an independent assessment of the Bank's support for financial sector reforms over the period FY93-03. Published May 5th 2006 by World Bank Group. It assesses the extent to which the objectives of Bank assistance were achieved, including reducing government ownership of financial intermediaries, decreased market concentration, increased competition and efficiency, healthier and more stable fi This evaluation presents an independent assessment of the Bank's support for financial sector reforms over the period FY93-03.

The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) evaluates the development effectiveness of the World Bank Group. Our work provides evaluative evidence to help the World Bank Group deliver better services and results to its clients. IEG is independent of the Management of the World Bank Group and reports directly to the Executive Board.

Author, World Bank Independent Evaluation Group, Effron, Laurie. ISBN13: 9780821363058. More Books . ABOUT CHEGG.

This evaluation was written by Laurie Effron.

Published 2006 by World Bank in Washington, . Banks and banking, Financial institutions, Management, World Bank. Developing countries. This evaluation was written by Laurie Effron. ix. Includes bibliographical references (p. 135-139). xxiii, 139 p. : Number of pages.

It identifies the drivers of performance as well as lessons to inform the future work of the Bank Group.

This evaluation presents an independent assessment of the Bank's . Independent Evaluation Group, 2006. This volume focuses on Bank lending for financial sector reforms, including both lending categorized under the financial sector and financial sector components of multi-sector loans. Handle: RePEc:wbk:wbpubs:7055.

IEG has examined lending and other kinds of Bank support in 1999-2006 for public sector reform in four areas: public financial management, administrative and civil service, revenue administration, and anticorruption and transparency. Although a majority of countries that borrowed to support public sector reform experienced improved performance in some dimensions, there were shortcomings.

World Bank operations evaluation study . A545 2006 33. 5'22-dc22. Independent Evaluation Group Knowledge Programs and Evaluation Capacity Development (IEGKE) E-mail: elinedbank. org Telephone: 202-458-4497 Facsimile: 202-522-3125. ension reform is a focus of World Bank activities because pensions are an important part of the social safety net for workers covered by the formal pension system in many client countries. Pensions are a mech-anism to reduce the risks of old-age poverty and a means to smooth lifetime income to maintain living standards in retirement.

This evaluation presents an independent assessment of the Bank's support for financial sector reforms over the period FY93-03. It assesses the extent to which the objectives of Bank assistance were achieved, including reducing government ownership of financial intermediaries, decreased market concentration, increased competition and efficiency, healthier and more stable financial intermediaries, and deeper, more developed financial systems. It also examines Bank support for financial sector reforms in countries under crisis.