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Using knowledge exchange for capacity development : what works in global practice? Three case studies in assessment of knowledge exchange programs using a results-focused methodology (English)

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  • Kim, JiHwan; Chun, Saebyul
  • World Bank (WB)


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Title Using knowledge exchange for capacity development : what works in global practice? Three case studies in assessment of knowledge exchange programs using a results-focused methodology (English)
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Kim, JiHwan; Chun, Saebyul

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World Bank (WB)

Date 2011
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < IT

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The study examines three programs: (1) Korea Development Institute (KDI's) Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) for advancing export development in the Dominican Republic, (2) KDI's KSP for promoting public-private partnerships and prefeasibility studies in Mongolia, along with providing support for deposit insurance reform, and (3) the World Bank's South-South Experience Exchange Facility for the New Economy Skills for Africa Program (NESAP) in India for sharing knowledge on information and communications technology with African countries, including Ghana and Nigeria. This study reveals important lessons for effectively conducting knowledge exchange programs that are applicable across sectors and countries. Its findings indicate support for innovative, results-focused capacity development approaches that emphasize the roles of state and non-state actors and promote collective action. The programs in this study used a variety of traditional and innovative instruments to foster collaborative behavior between diverse stakeholders that facilitated institutional change.