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Influential Evaluations

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Evaluations that Improved Performance
and Impacts of Development Programs
WORLD BANK OPERATIONS EVALUATION DEPARTMENT\u25a0 EVALUATION CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT
THE WORLD BANK

1818 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20433, U.S.A.
Telephone: 202-477-1234
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MCI 248423 WORLDBANK
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Operations Evaluation Department
Knowledge Programs and Evaluation

Capacity Development Group (OEDKE)
E-mail: eline@worldbank.org
Telephone: 202-458-4497
Facsimilie: 202-522-3125

INFLUENTIAL
EVALUATIONS
Evaluations that Improved Performance
and Impacts of Development Programs
INFLUENTIAL
EVALUATIONS:
The World Bank
Washington, D.C.
www.worldbank.org/oed/ecd/
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Acknowledgement

This Influential Evaluations study was prepared as a team effort, with substantive
contributions from a number of individuals. Michael Bamberger was the principal
researcher and advisor for the study, with support from Elaine Ooi (consultant),
who also prepared a detailed case study on the China forest evaluation. Other
authors of individual case studies, which are presented in the forthcoming compan-
ion volume Influential Evaluations: Detailed Case Studies, are listed below.

\u25a0S.P Pal and Amar Singh, Improving the Efficiency of the Indian Employment
Assurance Scheme
\u25a0Richard Hopkins and Nilanjana Mukherjee, Assessing the Effectiveness of Water
and Sanitation Interventions in Flores, Indonesia
\u25a0Mita Marra, Broadening the Policy Framework Criteria for Assessing the Viability
of Large Dams
\u25a0James Garrett and Yassir Islam, The Abolition of Wheat-Flour Ration Shops in
Pakistan
\u25a0Todor Dimitrov, Enhancing the Performance of a Major Environmental Project in
Bulgaria

OED would like to thank all of the authors of the evaluation case studies. The summaries presented in this report are the responsibility of the OED team and should not be attributed to the case study authors. The task manager for the

Influential Evaluationsstudy was Keith Mackay (OEDKE).

A substantive contribution was also made by Dr A. Ravindra, who undertook a
detailed review of the impact of the Bangalore citizens' report card; this is presented
in an OED working paper. Valuable information and feedback on individual case
studies were provided by Ananya Basu, Stephen Howes, Jikun Huang, Xu Jintao,
Uma Lele, Radhika Nayak, Dr Samuel Paul, Ulrich Schmitt and Susan Shen. The
peer reviewers for this paper were Zhengfang Shi and Susan Stout.

Patrick G. Grasso
Acting Manager
Knowledge Programs & Evaluation Capacity Development

Copyright \u00a9 2004
The International Bank for Reconstruction
and Development/THE WORLD BANK
1818 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20433, U.S.A.

All rights reserved.
Manufactured in the United States of America.
The opinions expressed in the report do not necessarily represent the views of the World Bank or its
member governments. The World Bank does not guarantee the accuracy of the data included in this
publication and accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any consequence of their use.

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