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国際金融・開発研究:経済学系(Development Operations of the World Bank Group)

Development Operations of the World Bank Group
The World Bank Group (WBG) institutions (World Bank (IBRD and IDA), IFC and MIGA) operate in developing countries to end extreme poverty and to boost shared prosperity. The operations of the Group also contribute to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agreed by the member countries of the United Nations. This course covers the key operations of the WBG and the principles which regulate the operations to manage risks deriving from external and internal factors.
The objective of this course is to better understand how the WBG operate for developing countries. It will help students develop policies, programs and projects to accelerate the growth of a country addressing environmental and social challenges. Students who finish this course and fully understand the operations of the WBG can start working for the WBG from day-one when they get a job in the WBG.
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5171016
GPP-DP6E70L3
国際金融・開発研究:経済学系(Development Operations of the World Bank Group)
仲 浩史
S1 S2
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国際学術総合研究棟 演習室C
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
他学部履修
不可
開講所属
公共政策学教育部
授業計画
1. April 3, <Theme 1> Mission of the WBG, Its Strategies and Products (Lending and ASA (Advisory Services and Analytics)) 2. April 10, <Theme 2> Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3. April 17, <Theme 3> Maximizing Financing for Development (MFD) 4. April 24, <Theme 4> Results Management (frameworks, project results, IEG, Corporate Score Cards) 5. May 1, <Theme 6> Partnering with Governments (Country Partnership Framework (CPF), Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD), CPIA (Country Policy and Institutional Assessment) Score, Capacity Building) 6. May 8,   <Theme 12> Debt Sustainability (Lecturer: Shogo Ishii, Former   Director of IMF Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific) 7. May 22, <Theme 10> Financial Sustainability of World Bank: (Lecturer: Jingdong Hua, Vice President and Treasurer, World Bank) 8. May 29, <Theme 7> Operations in South Asia Region (Lecturer: Hartwig Schafer, Vice President, South Asia Region, World Bank) 9. June 5, <Theme 11> A case study of Uzbekistan (Lecturer: Hideki Mori, Country Manager, Uzbekistan, World Bank) 10. June 12, 11. June 19, 12. June 26, 13. July 3, Exam The following themes will be assigned to the dates through June 12 to June 26: <Theme 5> Environmental and Social Framework <Theme 8> Challenges of the World Bank (Lecturer: Manuela V. Ferro, Vice President, OPCS, World Bank) <Theme 9> East Asia and Pacific Region (Lecturer: Victoria Kwakwa, Vice President, East Asia and Pacific Region, World Bank)
授業の方法
Lectures (Theme 1, 2 and 12) and student’s presentations (Theme 3-6). At the end of the first class each student will be assigned to a theme which they are required to make presentation. The presentation material prepared by students should be submitted to Professor Naka and a Teaching Assistant one day before the class. Four lectures (Theme 7-10) are expected to be provided from Washington DC by Vice Presidents (or his/her alternate) of the World Bank. The lecturers and dates of Theme 8 and 9 will be confirmed in due course. Due to the time difference these four lectures will be arranged in the first period of class day (Friday) and the classroom will be Lecture Hall B (414) (or through Webex). A lecture on Theme 11 will be provided from Uzbekistan by Country Manager of the country, World Bank. The schedule will be confirmed in due course but perhaps in the regular class time (Friday, the sixth period of class day) at the classroom 1218C (or through Webex). These five lectures (Theme 7-11) will be open to a limited number of students of the University of Tokyo and other universities in order to increase their career interests in working in the area of development. A lecture on Theme 12 will be provided from Washington DC and it will be scheduled in the first period of class day on Friday, May 8 through Zoom. Other classes are scheduled in the sixth period of class day (Friday) and the classroom is 1218C (or through Zoom). For the lectures through Webex (Theme 7-11) you will be received a Webex invitation by email. For the lectures through Zoom you will find a URL to get in to the zoom meeting in this syllabus (in the bottom of the detailed information section).
成績評価方法
Presentations, in-class quiz, and exam. Students who are not able to attend the lectures need a prior permission from Professor Naka.
教科書
Web pages of the World Bank Group specified by themes (Theme 1-6). Please open the following URLs: Theme 1, April 3 Mission of the WBG, Its Strategies and Products (Lending and ASA (Advisory Services and Analytics)) http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/***** Theme 2, April 10 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/***** Theme 3, April 17 Maximizing Financing for Development (MFD) http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/***** Theme 4, April 24 Results Management (frameworks, Corporate Score Cards, project results, IEG) http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/***** Theme 5, Environmental and Social Framework http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/***** Theme 6, Partnering with Governments (Country Partnership Framework (CPF), Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD), CPIA (Country Policy and Institutional Assessment) Score, Capacity Building) http://www.pp.u-tokyo.ac.jp/*****
参考書
Nothing
履修上の注意
Nothing particular. Only passion for helping developing countries is needed.