3 edition of Assessing World Bank Support for Trade, 1987-2004: An IEG Evaluation (Independent Evaluation Group Studies) found in the catalog.
|Statement||world bank publications|
|Publishers||world bank publications|
|LC Classifications||Mar 14, 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 118 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Norad's Evaluation Department has cofinanced the evaluation, under a partnership agreement with the World Bank's Independent Evaluation Group. Part I reviews recent trends in the world economy and their implications for the future prospects of developing countries. Between fiscal years 1987 and 2004, about 8. During the second phase, from the mid- to late-1990s, the Bank's emphasis on trade declined, although the impact of earlier trade reforms was still playing out.
This phase has focused on the global trading system, and "behind-the-border barriers" to trade. 1 percent of total Bank commitments went to 117 countries to help them better integrate into the global economy. This assessment reviews project-related outcomes and outputs, to focus on the progress toward a more development-friendly trading.
This evaluation of the Bank's assistance on trade-related issues focuses on the period between fiscal years 1987 and 2004. Trade policies have also been significantly liberalized. Average import tariffs have fallen steadily over the period, although the fall in other forms of protection has been more gradual.
1987-2004: An IEG Evaluation (Independent Evaluation Group Studies) stresses that better economic performance is possible in both industrial and developing countries, provided the commitment to economic policy reforms is maintained and reinforced. Part II reviews and evaluates the varied experience with government policies in support of industrialization.
Emphasis is placed on policies which affect both the efficiency and sustainability of industrial transformation, especially in the sphere of foreign trade. This financing has been accompanied by a large volume of analysis in operational economic and sector work ESWresearch publications on trade, and working papers on trade-related topics.
Evans, Prabhat Jha, Anne Mills and Philip Musgrove No 7044 Independent Evaluation Group No 7041 Aline Coudouel and Stefano Paternostro No 7039 Alan D.
Developing countries have more than doubled their exports since the mid-1980s, helping many of them to grow steadily. The evaluation recommends that the World Bank give greater attention to addressing poverty and distributional outcomes, and cushioning shocks associated with trade policies.
Bibliographic data for series maintained by Thomas Breineder this e-mail address is bad, please contact. In the third phase, initiated with the collapse of the World Trade Organization WTO Seattle trade ministerial meeting in 1999, growing pressure to deliver on the Millennium Development Goals MDGand interest from development partners notably bilateral donorsled the Bank to reappraise its trade activities.
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Brown, Jon Stern and Bernard Tenenbaum No 7029 Ian Bannon and Maria C. Track citations for all items by Is something missing from the series or not right? Exports and imports have risen as a share of the gross domestic product GDP across a wide range of countries, fueled in part by China's remarkable trade performance, and the growth in services trade.
No 7049 Shahid Yusuf and Kaoru Nabeshima No 7048 Farrukh Iqbal No 7047 World Bank No 7045 Dean T.