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Aid and reform in Africa (English)

This book synthesizes the findings from ten case studies that investigate whether, when, and how foreign aid affected economic policy in Africa, and reveals the range of African policy experience. ... See More +

Publication 22118 APR 30, 2001

Devarajan, Shantayanan; Dollar, David R.; Holmgren, Torgny [editors); Tsikata, Yvonne M.; Kasekende, Louis; Atingi-Ego, Michael; Ddamulira, Daniel; Abegaz, Berhanu; Guillaumont, Patrick; Guillaumont Jeanneney, Sylviane; Amprou, Jacky; Cheick Sidibe, Oumar; Bigsten, Arne; Mutalemwa, Deogratias; Wangwe, Samuel; Berg, Elliot; Pegatienan, Jacques; O'Brien, F.S.; Ryan, Terry C.I.; Rakner, Lise; van de Walle, Nicolas; Mulaisho,Dominic; Kiakwama, Gilbert; Chevallier, Jerome

Aid and reform in the Cote D'Ivoire : country case study for World Bank Project Aid and Reform in Africa (English)

This country case study is one of ten prepared for the World Bank Development Economics Group, for its study of aid and reform in Africa. The purpose of the case studies is to review country reform experience and analyze the role of economic assistance in initiating and shaping the reform process. ... See More +

Working Paper 35724 DEC 01, 1999

Berg, Elliot; Guillaumont, Patrick; Pegatienan, Jacques; Amprou, Jacky Disclosed

Trade policy reform - lessons and implications (English)

This book contains a series of papers presented at the final conference sponsored by the Trade Expansion Program (TEP). The first chapter provides an overview of some of the lessons learned from the TEP's experience, among others, that trade policy reform is facilitated by the macroeconomic stability, even, though the last one, not necessarily needs a full attainment; that trade policy reform will only prove worthy when foreign exchange mechanisms are properly allocated; that trade reforms induce a self-sustaining behavior due to the credibility of such reforms; that the fiscal impact following trade reforms should be carefully considered, in order for these reforms to be effective and sustainable. ... See More +

Publication 18577 SEP 30, 1998

Nash, John (Editor); Takacs, Wendy (Editor); de Melo, Jaime; Collier, Paul; Panagariya, Arvind; Hood, Ron; Chia-Seng Wu; Shui-Chi Chuang; Finger, J. Michael; Hardy, Rebecca; Harrison, Ann; Revenga, Ana; Valdes, Alberto; Berg, Elliot

Divestiture in developing countries (English)

Divestiture which may involve (a) liquidation, (b) privatization of ownership, or (c) privatization of management is becoming of rising interest as a means of rehabilitating or reforming state enterprises with a view to improving economic efficiency. ... See More +

Publication WDP11 JUN 30, 1987

Berg, Elliot; Shirley, Mary M

Structural adjustment lending : a critical view (English)

Since 1980, there has been a flowering of new style World Bank lending characterized by a policy focus and conditionality. These loans and credits include export rehabilitation credits, which provide foreign exchange for critical industries; single import loans; sectoral lending of various descriptions; and structural adjustment loans (SALs). ... See More +

Departmental Working Paper CPD8521 JAN 30, 1985

Berg,Elliot J.; Batchelder, Alan Disclosed