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Limit Enhancement, Governance, and Evidence-Based Diagnostics and Assessments www.worldbank.org/wbi/administration Background freebee for dialog at the EILT—WBI's Leadership Team DK - WBIGG WBI, February 4 th , 2004

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Institutions &Governance Matters Missing Link in Washington Consensus First Summers' Lesson as a matter of fact Governance as the feeble connection in CB/CE 'Information Power': administration key for improvement Yet 5 principle challenges about establishments: i) which ones? (organizing among establishments & vulnerabilities Diagnostics); ii) how to? (Execution Expertise); iii) where to? (Sectoral Mainstreaming) iv) measure, screen, look into Lessons v) Localize Know-how and Action Programs

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Governance World Map : Control of Corruption, 2002 Source for information: http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/administration/govdata2002 ; Map downloaded from : http://info.worldbank.org/administration/kkz2002/govmap.asp Colors are doled out as indicated by the accompanying criteria: Red, 25% or less rank more regrettable ( base 10% in darker red); Orange, in the vicinity of 25% and half; Yellow, in the vicinity of half and 75%; Light Green in the vicinity of 75% and 90% ; Dark Green over 90%

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Where is Financial Aid Well Used, Where Wasted? Worldwide Poll (% firms rating palatable [6-10]) % firms rating attractive

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Listening to Stakeholders: Analysis of Responses on Donor Aid and Anti-Corruption Figure 9d : Most Important Role for Donors in Helping Country on Anti-Corruption (A-C)

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Anti-Corruption Focus and Quality Assessment by the World Bank Global Poll Respondents, by degree of Corruption in Country (% firms rating agreeable [6-10]) % firms rating acceptable

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Figure 8a: Firms assess World Bank's adequacy in PSD: Governance does make a difference (Survey, Emerging Economy test) Note: The vertical hub delineates the organizations' net viability assessment of World Bank's execution in supporting private-division advancement (PSD) in their nation. Net viability is ascertained as the contrast between the percent of respondents detailing the foundation to be powerful short the percent of respondents revealing it to be insufficient. Each arrangement of two sections shows the net viability evaluations furnished by nations with a decent record in given requirement (in blue) versus those furnished by nations with a poor execution in such imperative (in dark). Estimations depend on nation midpoints. Source: Executive Opinion Survey (GCR) 2002.

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Corporate Governance and Corporate Ethics % firms rate acceptable Corporate Governance Corporate Ethics Source: EOS 2002-03.

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Soundness of Banks versus Control of Corruption Sound Relatively Unsound Source: Executive Opinon Survey 2002; KKZ 2000/01Governance Indicators, http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/administration/govdata2001.htm The Sample of 80 nations has been isolated into 3 sub-tests as indicated by their rating in Control of Corruption. The 3 segments consequently speak to the normal appraisals for Soundness of Banks inside each sub-test. The fitted line rather speaks to the anticipated estimation of Bank Soundness controlling for the impacts of GDP per capita and Regulatory Quality through an OLS relapse. Each fitted esteem is processed as the entirety of the assessed steady in addition to the estimation of Control of Corruption inside each gathering circumstances the evaluated coefficient in addition to the mean estimations of Regulatory Quality and GDP per capita times their individual assessed coefficients.

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Transparency, Parliaments, Corporate Ethics, and GDP Growth Annual GDP Growth (%) Source: Annual GDP development more than 1999-2001 WDI 2002; GDP is processed in PPP terms. The different straightforwardness/administration factors drawn from Executive Opinion Survey, 2002.

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Kenya – the "Mezzo" Level of CE Assessment – 22 bunches Source: EOS 2003 WEF, preparatory. Percentile positions in light of similar execution among the 103 nations in the specimen. All factors evaluated from 0 (terrible) to 100 (fabulous).

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Health Gap versus "Dynamic" Capture (High Level Corruption) Large Gap r = 0.83 Small High Bribery Low Source: EOS 2003

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Romania: Disproportionally Negative Impact on the Poor

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Institutional Capacity: From returning to 'Limit Building' to Measuring and Diagnosing Capacity Enhancement Institutional Capacity (IC) unbundling into 3 measurements: Physical capital and equipment (physical foundation, PCs, and so forth.) (K); Human and information capital (counting authoritative & regulatory capital, i.e. the 'institutional programming') (HK), and,  Governance and political capital (GPK). IC = f (K, HK, GPK) Capacity Enhancement = Changed limit after some time

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Empirical Approach to Institutional and Governance Assessments and Diagnostics 'Full scale': Worldwide Aggregate Governance Indicators: 200 nations, 6 parts, intermittent – it grants wide intermediary of administration and limit improvement "Mezzo" (Middle): Cross-Country Surveys of Enterprises 'Miniaturized scale': Specialized, top to bottom, in-nation Governance and Institutional Capacity Diagnostics: Includes studies of: i) client of open administrations (residents); ii) firms, and iii) open authorities Item #1 above is key for relative observing worldwide and to "banner" a nation's institutional vulnerabilities. On other extraordinary, thing #3 is inside and out contribution to solid limit improvement procedure at nation level. Because of enhancements in crosscountry endeavor studies, thing #2 gives a moderately point by point quantitative feeling of institutional vulnerabilities, correlative to the next 2.

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Overall Evidence is Sobering: Progress on Governance is unassuming, best case scenario, so far Evidence focuses to moderate, assuming any, normal advance worldwide on key measurements of administration This appears differently in relation to some other formative measurements (e.g. nature of framework; nature of math/science training; powerful assimilation of new innovations), where advance is obvious in the meantime, considerable variety crosscountry, even inside an area. A few victories. Furthermore, it is early days.

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Capacity Enhancement Assessment, Level I: The "Large scale" or Aggregate Governance Indicators+ Some Illustrations from refreshed Governance Indicators database: 200 nations, 1996-2002, to be proceeded with

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Governance: A working definition – which contains quite a bit of what is applicable for CE Governance is the procedure and foundations by which specialist in a nation is worked out: (1) S - the procedure by which governments are chosen, considered responsible , checked , and supplanted; (2) E - the limit of gov't to oversee assets and give benefits proficiently, and to detail and execute sound approaches and directions; and, (3) R - the regard for the organizations that administer monetary and social cooperations among them

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Operationalizing Governance: Unbundling its Definition into Components that can be measured, dissected, and taken a shot at Each of the 3 primary segments of Governance Definition is unbundled into 2 subcomponents: Voice and External Accountability Political Stability and absence of Violence&Terror Quality Regulatory Framework Government Effectiveness Control of Corruption Rule of Law We measure these six administration parts…

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Publisher Publication Source Country Coverage Wefa's DRI/McGraw-Hill Country Risk Review Poll 117 created and creating Business Env. Chance Intelligence BERI Survey 50/115 created and creating Columbia University Columbia U. State Failure Poll 84 created and creating World Bank Country Policy & Institution Assmnt Poll 136 creating Gallup International Voice of the People Survey 47 created and creating Business Env. Chance Intelligence BERI Survey 50/115 created and creating EBRD Transition Report Poll 27 move economies Economist Intelligence Unit Country Indicators Poll 115 created and creating Freedom House Freedom in the World Poll 192 created and creating Freedom House Nations in Transit Poll 27 move economies World Economic Forum/CID Global Competitiveness Survey 80 created and creating Heritage Foundation Economic Freedom Index Poll 156 created and creating Latino-barometro LBO Survey 17 creating Political Risk Services International Country Risk Guide Poll 140 created and creating Reporters Without Borders Reporters sans frontieres (RSF) Survey 138 created and creating World Bank/EBRD BEEPS Survey 27 move economies IMD, Lausanne World Competitiveness Yearbook Survey 49 created and creating Binghamton Univ. Human Rights Violations Research Survey 140 created and creating Inputs for Governance Indicators 2002

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Control of Corruption: one Aggregate Indicator (chose nations, for delineation, in light of 2000/01 examine information) Good Corruption Control Margin of Error Corruption Level POOR GOOD Source: KKZ 2000/01

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Governance World Map : Voice and Accountability, 2002 Source for information: http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/administration/govdata2002 ; Map downloaded from : http://info.worldbank.org/administration/kkz2002/govmap.asp Colors are doled out as indicated by the accompanying criteria: Red, 25% or less rank more terrible ( base 10% in darker red); Orange, in the vicinity of 25% and half; Yellow, in the vicinity of half and 75%; Light Green in the vicinity of 75% and 90% ; Dark Green over 90%

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Governance World Map : Government Effectiveness, 2002 Source for information: http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/administration/govdata2002 ; Map downloaded from : http://info.worldbank.org/administration/kkz2002/govmap.asp Colors are allocated by the accompanying criteria: Red, 25% or less r

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