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Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

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Works: 192 works in 356 publications in 4 languages and 7,756 library holdings
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Classifications: HG4538.5, 332.673
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International political risk management the brave new world by World Bank ( )
16 editions published between 2001 and 2005 in English and held by 842 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The purpose of this report is to present the ideas and experiences of some of the most distinguished practitioners from the investor, financial, and investment insurance communities in the world. To assist the reader, this volume's editor provides a brief overview to introduce each of the separate topics. Topics focus on the multiple pledge-of-shares problem; the preferred creditor status; breach of contract coverage in infrastructure projects, and OPIC modified expropriation coverage (using an Indonesian case study); securitizing political risk insurance; and cooperation, competition, and the "science of pricing" in the political risk insurance marketplace. -- Publisher description
World Bank annual report by World Bank ( )
in English and held by 608 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
MIGA the standard-setter by Akira Iida ( )
5 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 449 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Improving effectiveness and outcomes for the poor in health, nutrition, and population an evaluation of World Bank Group support since 1997 ( )
4 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 318 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This study evaluates the effectiveness of the World Bank Group's support for health, nutrition, and population (HNP) in developing countries from 1997 to 2008 - totaling more than 17 billion - and distills lessons for greater impact in the future. It finds that the Bank Group now funds a smaller share of global support for HNP than a decade ago, but its support remains substantial and adds considerable value. About two-thirds of the Bank's HNP support has had satisfactory outcomes, often in difficult environments
Analyzing the effects of policy reforms on the poor an evaluation of the effectiveness of World Bank support to poverty and social impact analyses ( )
3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 290 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This IEG evaluation, requested by the World Bank's Board of Executive Directors, represents the first independent evaluation of the PSIA experience. The evaluation finds that: The PSIA approach has appropriately emphasized the importance of assessing the distributional impact of policy actions, understanding institutional and political constraints to development, and building domestic ownership for reforms PSIAs have not always explicitly stated their operational objectives (i.e., informing country policies, informing Bank operations, and/or contributing to country capacity) PSIAs have had limited ownership by Bank staff and managers and have often not been effectively integrated into country assistance programs Quality assurance and Monitoring and Evaluation of the overall effectiveness of PSIAs have been weak The evaluation recommends that the World Bank: Ensure that Bank staff understand what the PSIA approach is and when to use it Clarify the operational objectives of each PSIA and tailor the approach and timeline to those objectives Improve integration of the PSIA into the Bank's country assistance program by requiring that all earmarked funding for PSIAs be matched by a substantial contribution from the country unit budgets Strengthen PSIA effectiveness through enhanced quality assurance
Improving municipal management for cities to succeed an IEG special study by World Bank ( )
6 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 288 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Cities now house half the world's population and produce 70 percent of its GDP. Managing them well helps development. Strengthening municipal management of planning, finance, and service provision has been at the core of World Bank support through municipal development projects (MDPs). This book reviews how, worldwide, nearly 3,000 municipalities have benefitted from 190 World Bank-supported MDPs over the past decade, three quarters of which achieved satisfactory outcomes. The finance dimension of MDPs--computerized accounting, revenue generation, and municipal credit--produced some of the best r
World investment and political risk 2010 managing risks in conflict-affected and fragile states ( )
11 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 284 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The World Bank's country policy and institutional assessment an IEG evaluation by The World Bank ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 214 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This evaluation takes the premise that beyond in-forming IDA allocation, the CPIA is useful as a broad indicator of development effectiveness. It reviews the appropriateness of the CPIA as an indicator that assesses the conduciveness of a country's policies and institutions to fostering poverty reduction, sustainable growth, and the effective use of development assistance. It assesses the relevance of the content of the CPIA through a review of the economics literature. It also assesses the reliability of CPIA ratings in two ways -- through comparing CPIA ratings with similar indicators, and t
Exploring new frontiers ( Book )
5 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 178 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Annual report by International Development Association ( )
in English and held by 174 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The World Bank legal review ( )
in English and held by 143 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
World investment and political risk ( )
in English and Undetermined and held by 102 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Poverty reduction support credits an evaluation of World Bank support ( Book )
4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 99 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This evaluation examines the relevance and effectiveness of Poverty Reduction Support Credits (PRSCs), introduced by the Bank in early 2001 to support comprehensive growth, improve social conditions, and reduce poverty in IDA countries. PRSCs were intended to allow greater country-ownership, provide more predictable annual support, exhibit more flexible conditionality, and strengthen budget processes in a results-based framework. By September 2009, the Bank had approved 99 PRSCs totaling some $7.5 billion and representing 38% percent of IDA policy based lending. The evaluation finds that in terms of process, PRSCs were effective in easing conditionality, increasing country ownership and aid predictability, stimulating dialogue between central and sectoral ministries, and improving donor harmonization. In terms of content, PRSCs succeeded in emphasizing public sector management and pro-poor service delivery. Yet in terms of results, it is difficult to distinguish growth and poverty outcomes in countries with PRSCs from other better performing IDA countries. There is scope for further simplifying the language of conditionality and underpinning PRSCs with better pro-poor growth diagnostics. PRSCs can also strengthen their results frameworks and limit sector policy content in multi-sector DPLs to high-level or cross-cutting issues. Today, Bank policy has subsumed PRSCs under the broader mantle of Development Policy Lending and the rationale for a separate 'brand name' although differences linger from the past. Since PRSCs and other policy-based lending have gradually converged in design, remaining differences compared to other Development Policy Loans should be clearly spelled out, or the separate PRSC brand name should be phased out
2009 world investment and political risk ( Book )
4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Over one year into its deepest global financial crisis in the post-war era, the world economy is entering a phase of economic recovery and financial stabilization. Financial market conditions are signaling much improved investor confidence and a revival of risk appetite for emerging markets. Yet concerns over political risks are high. As part of its mandate to encourage investment to developing countries, the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) seeks to foster more understanding of the role of political risk, and instruments to mitigate it. The objective for this report is to examine (i) overall trends in political risk perceptions, and how they relate to financial flows -- particularly foreign direct investment (FDI) -- to emerging markets, (ii) corporate views on foreign investment intentions and the political risk environment in emerging markets, in the context of the financial crisis (iii) whether the political risk insurance (PRI) industry is well positioned to deal with the fallout from the crisis, as well as longer-term shifts in demand for political risk guarantees. Given MIGA's mandate and the growing weight of emerging markets as a source of FDI, particular attention was paid to South-based investors and PRI providers in the general analysis."--Publisher's website
Annual report by Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency ( )
in English and No Linguistic content and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
MIGA, the first five years and future challenges by Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency ( Book )
4 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 65 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The matrix system at work an evaluation of the World Bank's organizational effectiveness ( )
2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The 1997 Bank reforms that introduced the matrix management concept aimed to adapt the organization to changing circumstances and address concerns among external stakeholders about the role of aid in development. The reforms were motivated largely by widespread recognition that the Bank's development programs were excessively driven by a culture of lending, with insufficient attention to client needs and the quality of results, which are crucial to development effectiveness. A previous round of reforms in 1987 had strengthened the country focus, but quality remained a concern. Furthermore, access of developing countries to development finance from the private sector had increased significantly, leading to a decreasing share of official development aid, including Bank financing, in total flows to developing countries. By the mid-1990s, pressure for change was acute. The 1997 reforms tried to address these challenges through a new set of organizational arrangements, increased decentralization, and matrix management. The most frequent rationale for a matrix structure is to balance competing priorities, combine capabilities for market advantage, share resources for efficiency, and retain flexibility to redeploy resources in the face of changing priorities and a diversified client base. The matrix system - a dual matrix, Bank-wide between the six Regions and four networks, and in each Region between Country Management Units and Sector Management Units - was to be facilitated by dual accountability for technical quality and an internal labor market for staff renewal and mobility. It has been more than a decade since the 1997 reorganization, and concerns that the matrix system is not delivering on its promise persist. This evaluation assesses the extent to which the dual objectives of the matrix system - enhancing client responsiveness and establishing strong technical networks to deliver quality services - have been attained and have enhanced the Bank's development effectiveness. The evaluation focuses on implementation of the current matrix system rather than on the 1997 matrix design and follows an objectives-based approach to assess the relevance and effectiveness of the matrix reform until 2010. To the extent feasible, the evaluation also examines the efficiency of matrix arrangements.--Résumé de l'éditeur
Programs in industrial countries to promote foreign direct investment in developing countries by Thérèse Bélot ( Book )
2 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 59 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Legal framework for the treatment of foreign investment ( Book )
3 editions published in 1992 in English and Undetermined and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Old risks, new solutions, or is it the other way around? by Gero Verheyen ( )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Old Risks - New Solutions, Or Is It The Other Way Around is the latest book in a series based on the MIGA-Georgetown University Symposium on International Political Risk Management. The Symposium has traditionally brought together almost 200 senior practitioners from the political risk insurance (PRI) industry, including investors, insurers, brokers, lenders, academics and members of the legal community. This volume reflects the key issues which have faced investors and insurers alike including arbitration and a dynamically evolving marketplace. Contributors to this volume reflect on the evolution of the PRI industry during a period of dramatic changes in the marketplace. Not only has the crisis had a tremendous impact on the volume of investment projects, particularly into developing countries, but also on the perception of risk and claims management. The volume begins with a look at the global market place in the aftermath of the financial crisis from an insurer's perspective. It continues with an overview of claims experience and key issues investors should understand when relying on bilateral investment treaties. The volume then examines challenges facing investors and insurers alike when considering sovereign risk within the context of political risk. The volume concludes with an overview of the PRI industry and its evolution over time - how did insurers see the global marketplace evolving over time, what are they predicting now, and how much has it really changed? Old Risks - New Solutions provides valuable insights for practitioners and investors alike, particularly in today's turbulent and uncertain markets
 
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Alternative Names
Agence Multilatérale de Garantie des Investissements
Agencija za multilateralno garantiranje investicija (Washington (D. C.))
AMGI
AMGI Abkuerzung
AMGI (Agence multilatérale de garantie des investissements)
Banque internationale pour la reconstruction et le développement Agence multilatérale de garantie des investissements
Kokusai Toshi Hosho Kiko
M.I.G.A.
MIGA
MIGA Abkuerzung
MIGA (Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency)
MIGA (Washington (D. C.))
Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency
Multilaterale Investitions-Garantie-Agentur‏
Multilaterale Investitions-Garantie-Agentur nswd
Multilaterální agentura pro investiční záruky
Paris (France) Agence multilatérale de garantie des investissements
Wakālah al-Dawlīyah li-Ḍamān al-Istithmār
Washington (D.C) Agence multilatérale de garantie des investissements
World Bank Group. Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency
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