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IEG Review of World Bank Assistance for Financial Sector Reform.


IEG review of World Bank assistance for financial sector reform.

World Bank. Country Evaluation and Regional Relations Division.

The World Bank


139 pages



World Bank operations evaluation study


Compiled by the World Bank's Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), this report assesses the outcomes of loans made by that institution during the past decade to support financial sector reforms in countries around the world. The first section looks at overall trends and regional experiences, while Part II focuses on results at the country level. The authors conclude by presenting some recommendations for improvements. The volume is not indexed.

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