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Economic analysis of World Bank education projects and project outcomes
2001 by World Bank, Human Development Network, Education Team, and East Asia and Pacific Region, Human Development Sector Unit in Washington, DC .
Written in English
Outcomes on World Bank education projects are better when the quality of project appraisal is good.
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|Statement||Ayesha Vawda ... [et al.].|
|Series||Policy research working paper ;, 2564, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 2564.|
|Contributions||Vawda, Ayesha., World Bank. Human Development Network. Education Team., World Bank. East Asia and Pacific Regional Office. Human Development Sector Unit.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2002616060|
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The economic analysis can be used to select among alternative projects or to redesign project components so that they yield more and produce better outcomes. Good practice education projects require good economic analysis--analysis of demand, of the counterfactual private sector supply, of the project's fiscal impact, of lending fungibility.
The economic analysis can be used to select among alternative projects or to redesign project components so that they yield more and produce better outcomes. Good practice education projects require good economic analysis—analysis of demand, of the counterfactual private sector supply, of the project’s fiscal impact, of lending’s.
World Bank thinking about the economic analysis of education projects traces back to the seminal work of Theodore W. Schultz who first re-discovered the concept of human capital theory in his presidential address to the American Economic Association in December He subsequently expanded his concepts in a special issue of Journal of Political Economyin World Bank thinking about the economic analysis of education projects traces back to the seminal work of Theodore W.
Schultz who first re-discovered the concept of human capital theory in his presidential address to the American Economic Association in December (Schultz, ).Cited by: This paper tests the hypothesis that World Bank education projects have a higher likelihood of being successful if at the time of appraisal, they underwent good quality economic analysis.
Analysis shows a strong relationship between the quality of cost-benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis and the quality of project by: Economic analysis of projects is a tool for weeding out potentially poor investments and selecting potentially worthwhile ones.
The economic analysis can be used to select among alternative projects or to redesign project components so that they yield more and produce better by: Abstract. Outcomes on World Bank education projects are better when the quality of project appraisal is good. Research reported in this paper tests the hypothesis that Bank education projects for which the project appraisal documents are judged "good" have a higher probability of leading to successful outcomes than projects for which the appraisals are judged "poor."Cited by: 1 Research supported by the Res earch Advisory Group, World Bank, un der the project “Economic Analysis in Education Projects” (RSP ) and the Economics of Educati on Thematic Group.
The economics of project analysis: a practitioner's guide (English) Abstract. This guide provides a brief outline of the neoclassical theory of the public sector to put into context the reason for deriving shadow prices and to help the reader understand what it is that a government should be trying to.
First, the bank needs to revisit its policy for cost-benefit analysis in a way that recognizes the legitimate difficulties in quantifying benefits while preserving a high degree of rigor in justifying projects. Second, the bank needs to ensure that cost-benefit analysis is done with quality, rigor, and objectivity: poor data and analysis.
Economic analysis of World Bank education projects and project outcomes. Washington, DC: World Bank, Human Development Network, Education Team, and East Asia and Pacific Region, Human Development Sector Unit,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, International government publication, Internet resource.
Downloadable. Research reported in this paper tests the hypothesis that Bank education projects for which the project appraisal documents are judged"good"have a higher probability of leading to successful outcomes than projects for which the appraisals are judged"poor."The research draws on project document evaluations carried out between and Research reported in this paper tests the hypothesis that World Bank education projects for which the project appraisal documents are judged "good" have a higher probability of leading to successful outcomes than projects for which the appraisals are judged "poor." The research draws on project document evaluations carried out in and Cited by: The World Bank is a leading global investor in education and is linked through extensive networks to other worldwide organizations.
Comparative education professor Steven Klees asserts that “the World Bank is the architect of what has become a truly global education policy.” 1 The Bank describes the extent of its activities as follows: “The World Bank is one of the largest external.
Economic analysis of World Bank education projects and. The issue of the discount rate for project economic analysis is also taken up. Finally, this guide presents many concrete examples of economic valuation problems faced by World Bank analysis in recent years.
The examples cover a wide range of countries and valuation issues. A general approach to economic analysis of projects is presented, including the basic notions of cost-benefit analysis in the context of project analysis. A systematic and consistent estimation and application of shadow prices is needed, and suggestions are made for incorporating distributional effects, as well as the customary efficiency.
Asian Development Bank. Guidelines for the economic analysis of projects. Mandaluyong City, Philippines: Asian Development Bank, 1. Economic analysis of projects. Cost-benefit analysis. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the.
The chapters in this volume were originally papers for an Economic Development Institute (EDI) Economic Analysis of Projects curriculum development workshop. The workshops' objectives were to reexamine curriculum content and review teaching courses. This book presents a simplified approach to project evaluation adopted by the Bank.
Economic analysis for health projects (English) Abstract. This paper applies to the health sector a method of project analysis advocated recently by Devarajan, Squire, and Suthiwart-Narueput. A health project evaluation should establish a firm justification for.
Identified projects can range across the economic and social spectrum from infrastructure, to education, to health, to government financial management. The World Bank and the government agree on an initial project concept and its beneficiaries, and the Bank's project team outlines the basic elements in a Project Concept Note.
This document. Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper assesses the impact of World Bank project preparation on project outcomes via a two-step estimation procedure. Using a stochastic frontier model, I generate a measure of World Bank project preparation duration based only on variation in political economy factors that are exogenous to latent project quality.
The examples used to illustrate the principles are drawn from actual projects of the World Bank and other institutions. "Economic Analysis of Investment Operations is the kind of book that should be read by the technicians who do the nitty-gritty work of real-world project analysis.
But it is also the kind of book that should be read by the. To help address the challenge, the World Bank is working on 80 COVID-related projects – from early childhood education to higher education – in 54 countries that amount to US$ billion.
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Panel analysis of project data finds that projects with longer preparation periods are significantly more likely to have satisfactory outcome ratings. This result is robust across a range of specifications but the effects are conditional on the degree of economic vulnerability.
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use of economic and financial analysis (EFA) in project design. For example, of the 38 projects the QE process reviewed during8 per cent had not submitted an EFA, and in 24 projects, EFA issues were identified.
At the QA stage, EFA recommendations have surfaced for 20 per cent of the projects. Specific areas of concern range from technical. and outcomes of the World Bank's efforts to apply economic analysis to projects, must leave out many important aspects. The thrust of my remarks is basically to point out that, while the World Bank has been only partially successful in implementing its own formal methodology for the economic analysis of projects, its impact on improving invest.
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badly today. Statistical analysis shows that these improvements in learning outcomes are clearly and strongly linked to better welfare as measured by higher income, better nutrition, and reduced mortality.
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