Bosnia and Herzegovina : post-conflict reconstruction / Alcira Kreimer [and others].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Washington, D.C. : World Bank, 2000.
Description
xiii, 109 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
Country case study series [More in this series]
Summary note
And Lessons Learned. Main Strengths and Comparative Advantages: Stabilizing and Rebuilding the Economy. Partnerships with Other Donors, International Organizations, and NGOs. Rebuilding Human, Social, and Cultural Capital. The Bank's Institutional Arrangements. Implications for Monitoring and Evaluation. Summary of Main Findings of Individual Post-Conflict Case Studies -- Evolution of the Conflict. Historic Background. The Violent Breakup of Yugoslavia: Many and Complex Causes. Dayton Peace Accords -- The Bank's Role in Brief. Before the Conflict. During the Conflict. Phase One of the Peace Emergency Program. Emergency Projects. The Next Phase -- The Bank's Role in Aid Coordination.
Notes
At head of title: World Bank Operations Evaluation Department.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • 1. Summary and Lessons Learned. Main Strengths and Comparative Advantages: Stabilizing and Rebuilding the Economy. Partnerships with Other Donors, International Organizations, and NGOs. Rebuilding Human, Social, and Cultural Capital. The Bank's Institutional Arrangements. Implications for Monitoring and Evaluation. Summary of Main Findings of Individual Post-Conflict Case Studies
  • 3. Evolution of the Conflict. Historic Background. The Violent Breakup of Yugoslavia: Many and Complex Causes. Dayton Peace Accords
  • 3. The Bank's Role in Brief. Before the Conflict. During the Conflict. Phase One of the Peace Emergency Program. Emergency Projects. The Next Phase
  • 4. The Bank's Role in Aid Coordination.
ISBN
  • 0821346814
  • 9780821346815
LCCN
00022202
OCLC
43323790
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