According to the bank website, the proposed TA is designed to strengthen the capacity of DMC officials/technical staff to carry out economic analysis to support their investment design and selection. The Cluster KSTA will include two subprojects and the main outputs include: (1) conduct of economic analysis training workshops for investment projects; (ii) conduct of economic analysis training workshop for Policy Reforms and (iii) support preparation of methodological notes or guidebooks on selected economic analysis methodologies The outputs of the TA aim to promote allocative efficiency, equity considerations and project sustainability of programs and projects being implemented by DMCs. It will also complement the Guidelines on Economic Analysis of Investment Projects 2017.
Responsible ADB Officer Cham, Maria Rowena M.
Responsible ADB Department Economic Research and Regional Cooperation Department
Responsible ADB Division Economic Analysis and Operations Support Division
Asian Development Bank
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