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Southeast Europe Enterprise Development (SEED) Impact Assessment Report Fiscal Year 2005 (English)

Fiscal Year 2005 offers the most complete picture yet of the evolving impact of the Southeast Europe Enterprise Development (SEED)'s work. With more than 2,000 client responses spread across every program area for FY 05 alone and 7,000 responses total, SEED's impact assessment system is paying dividends in terms of its ability to give a thorough evaluation of SEED's impact on its clients and the overall effectiveness of its work. In addition with more than three years of client responses, it is now possible to evaluate trends and assess individual programs within a broader context. This paper has the following contents: introduction; market development; small and medium-sized business (SME) training; business development services (BDS) training; financial institutions; consulting; assessing the impact of SEED's business membership organization work; assessing the impact of SEED's linkages work; assessing the impact of SEED's corporate governance work; analyzing the impact of SEED's alternative dispute resolution work; assessing the impact of SEED's business enabling environment (BEE) work; and annexes.


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    Alibasic,Gordana, Berbic,Mehmedalija, Weber, Ben Reno

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    Annual Report

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    South Eastern Europe and Balkans,

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    Europe and Central Asia,

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    Southeast Europe Enterprise Development (SEED) Impact Assessment Report Fiscal Year 2005

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    small and medium enterprise;business service;supply and distribution chains;introducing new products;market development activity;repeat clients;positive impact;Environmental Risk Management;supply chain management;reallocation of resource;government and business;fee for service;obstacles to growth;local cost recovery;area of advocacy;financial sector development;information about market;payment for service;client responses;business performance;SME Training;consulting service;Consulting services;focus group;response rate;client company;membership fee;development of methodology;business skill;client feedback;train activity;international consultant;local costs;demonstration effect;external training;evaluation process;information dissemination;international market;financial sustainability;business environment;significant evidence;anecdotal evidence;credit decision;assessment result;external source;mediation process;media coverage;intermediate outcome;international media;public dialogue;market opportunity;level of change;franchise model;regulatory environment;Brand Management;development mission;target company;disparate industry;professional certification;company management;commercial vehicle;smaller enterprise;employee incentive;profit center;need for service;export license;assessment system;applied knowledge;independent assessment;external evaluator;targeted training;Business Registration;logical framework;court resolution;regular monitoring;impact survey;local capacity;microfinance organization;financial derivative;assessment process;basic skill;local market;prospective investor;skill set;intermediate indicator;annual meetings;average change;policy tool;business network;networking event;local competitors;Public-Private Dialogue;international buyers;international expert;international networking;business association;project types;government subsidy;transparent fashion;long-term impact;broad assessment;government capacity;institutional learning;project selection;



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Alibasic,Gordana Berbic,Mehmedalija Weber, Ben Reno

Southeast Europe Enterprise Development (SEED) Impact Assessment Report Fiscal Year 2005 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.