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The Development Dimension
Strengthening Accountability in Aid for Trade
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  31 Oct 2011
Pages: 116 , Language: English
Version: E-book (PDF Format)
ISBN: 9789264123212 , OECD Code: 432011221E1
Price:   €21 | $29 | £18 | ¥2700 | MXN370
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At a time when aid budgets are under pressure and scrutiny, there is a need to improve accountability. This is especially true in the case of aid for trade, which has become an increasingly important priority in development co-operation.   Strengthening Accountability in Aid for Trade looks at what the trade and development community needs to know about aid-for-trade results, what past evaluations of programmes and projects reveal about trade outcomes and impacts, and how the trade and development community could improve the performance of aid for trade interventions.

Table of contents:

Acknowledgements
Executive summary
Chapter 1. How to evaluate aid for trade: Approaches, methods and processes
-1.1 Introduction
-1.2 What should be evaluated
-1.3 How evaluations should be conducted
-1.4 Results that can be expected
-1.5 Current practices
-1.6 Approaches and methods
-1.7 How should the evaluation process change?
-1.8 Options for better assessment of aid-for-trade programmes and projects
-1.9 Discovering what works at the global level
-1.10 Conclusions
Chapter 2. What can be learned from trade-related evaluations?
-2.1 Introduction
-2.2 Purpose, scope and method of the meta-evaluation
-2.3 Quantitative analysis
-2.4 Conclusions
Chapter 3. Do aid-for-trade-related evaluations tell us more?
-3.1 Introduction
-3.2 Is aid for trade working in Vietnam?
-3.3 Is aid for trade working in Ghana?
-3.4 Is aid to the transport and storage sectors improving trade performance?
-3.5 The evaluation process
-3.6 Conclusions
Setting targets and using performance indicators
-4.1 Introduction
-4.2 Managing for development results
-4.3 How to manage for results
-4.4 Managing aid to achieve trade results
-4.5 Using indicators to improve performance
-4.6 Towards a menu of aid-for-trade indicators
-4.7 Ways forward
Annex A. The OECD meta-evaluation: overview of evaluations
-Overview of the evaluations
-Different types of programmes, projects and general aid policies
-Time patterns of evaluations, by recipient
-Evaluations by donor
Annex B. Examples of existing trade-related indicators

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