China: An Evaluation of World Bank Assistance.
China; an evaluation of World Bank assistance.
Tidrick, Gene. (Operations evaluation studies)
The World Bank, [c]2005
Prepared by the World Bank's Operations Evaluation Department (OED), this Country Assistance Evaluation builds on earlier evaluations of projects, nonlending services, and sector assistance programs in order to assess the World Bank's assistance to China during the fiscal years 1993 to 2002. After an overview of China's economic reforms since 1978 and the relationship between China and the Bank as it developed in the 1980s, the report analyzes the Bank's impact on its main development objectives in China, reviews the use of lending and other instruments, compares outcomes with other countries, and summarizes the main lessons and recommendations of the OED.
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