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This brief discusses the potential risks to Asia from a crisis in Europe, and provides lessons from evaluations of crisis response support prepared by ADB and other international financial institutions.
This report reviews the emerging experience with the economic crisis emanating from the Euro area to draw implications of such situations for Asia and ADB. It draws on analysis within the ADB, in other international financial institutions (IFIs), and in the research community, with particular attention to the lessons from evaluations of past crises and IFI responses to them.
This country assistance program evaluation assesses the performance of ADB country strategies and assistance programs for the Lao People's Democratic Republic during the period of 2000-2009.
This sector assistance performance evaluation provides an independent assessment of ADB assistance to the Cambodian transport sector during 1992-2008 and identifies key areas to further improve the effectiveness of its operations.
This country assistance program evaluation (CAPE) assesses the performance of the country strategies and assistance programs of ADB for Cambodia during 1998-2008.
Validates the completion report's assessment of the project designed to improve revenue collection, prioritize expenditures, and strengthen fiscal sustainability in Nepal. IED overall assessment: Partly successful
This country assistance program evaluation is the second for Bangladesh, evaluating ADB's support for Bangladesh from 1999 to 2008, focusing on the 2005 country strategy, and covering 24 completed and 37 ongoing projects and programs.
This special evaluation study assesses the effectiveness of ADB support for public sector reforms in Pacific developing member countries.
This information brief seeks to identify lessons gained in conjunction with ADB assistance provided during the Asian financial crisis.
Validates the completion report's assessment of the project intended to promote efficiently functioning enterprises in Kyrgyz Republic by implementing best practices in corporate governance and reforms in bankruptcy laws and procedures. IED overall assessment: Successful.