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Sharing Knowledge Innovations and Remaining Challenges

By The World Bank

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Book Id: WPLBN0000176249
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Sharing Knowledge Innovations and Remaining Challenges  
Author: The World Bank
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Finance & business, World Bank.
Collections: Economics Publications Collection
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Economics

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This report was prepared by a team led by Catherine Gwin. Other team members were Deepa Chakrapani, Diana Corbin, Judith Hahn, and Zamir Islamshah, with additional input provided by Bozena Krupa and Georgia Wallen. The team received support from Parveen Moses and Annisa Cline-Thomas. Background papers were provided by David Bevan, Jeffrey Cummings, David Goldwyn, Kenneth King, and Simon McGrath, Elizabeth Kleemeier and Keith Stallard, Alex Romiszowski, Louise Walker and colleagues, and Maureen Woodall. David Shirley provided expert advice on the design of the client survey and prepared the survey report, based on interviews conducted by Katarzyna Furman, Azizul Islam, Tausi Kida, Peter Knight, and B. B. Niang. The evaluation has benefited from discussions, comments, and assistance from numerous people. Special thanks are due to the many government officials and civil society representatives interviewed in Bangladesh, Brazil, Poland, Senegal, and Tanzania. The report also benefited from extensive consultations with Bank staff, notably Kevin Cleaver, Basil Kavalsky, Bruno Laporte, and Klaus Tilmes, as well as others too numerous to acknowledge by name. In addition, comments and guidance from external advisers are gratefully acknowledged, namely, Joseph Abbey, Keith Bezanson, Dorothy Leonard, and Zainal A. M. Yusof. OED is grateful to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for financial assistance to support a number of activities, including the conduct of the country surveys, specialist reviews of Bank knowledge products, and a client workshop. OED also thanks the Swiss Agency for Development Cooperation for its support of client and expert participation in the evaluation workshop. Finally, the evaluation team is grateful to the participants at its knowledge evaluation workshop, held in Washington, D.C., in November 2002, for their time and input...

 

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