Evaluation Resources

This special evaluation study aims to provide real-time feedback on the relevance of ADB assistance during the global economic crisis, responsiveness in terms of how ADB formulated and delivered the support, and results and their sustainability.

This special evaluation study assesses ADB's achievements with respect to the sustainability of projects and programs and ADB's approach to project sustainability.

This special evaluation study assesses the support provided by ADB to countries in fragile and conflictaffected situations (FCAS).

This study on looks at ADB assistance to public-private partnerships (PPPs) in infrastructure development from 1988-2008 and is intended to provide inputs to formulating strategies and business plans for implementing further ADB support to PPP operations.

This special evaluation study assesses ADB's assistance for justice reform and is intended to highlight to ADB's Board and Management the usefulness of ADB's continuing support for justice reform in implementing Strategy 2020.

This special evaluation study assesses the effectiveness of ADB support for public sector reforms in Pacific developing member countries.

The special evaluation study evaluates the performance of ADB's public and private sector assistance related to the development of policy, legal and regulatory frameworks, and institutions for stock and bond markets from 1986 to 2006.

This special evaluation study assesses ADB's contribution to capacity development focusing on four sectors (education, road transport, governance, and public financial management) across three countries (Cambodia, Nepal, and Philippines).

This special evaluation study examines how rural poor selected strategies to rise out of poverty, how various factors influenced their selection of the strategies, how sustainable the poverty exit was, and how effective poverty reduction interventions have been.

This special evaluation study reviews the experience and performance of the Crisis Management Intervention with reference to the crisis-related objectives in Indonesia.