ParEvo is a method of developing alternative past histories or future scenarios using a participatory evolutionary process (hence ParEvo).
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- The evaluation report has been finalized, recommendations have been made, the findings have been presented to management and funders, and then … nothing happens. In this post, originally published by CGIAR, Rick Davies and Keith Child, discuss the new CGIAR guidelines for evaluability assessment.
- This resource forms part of CGIAR's evaluation guidelines, describing how to use evaluability assessments to facilitate better evaluation outcomes.
- COMPASSS (Comparative methods for systematic cross-case analysis) is a website that has been designed to develop the use of systematic comparative case analysis as a research strategy by bringing together scholars and practitioners who sha
- An evaluation usually involves some level of generalising of the findings to other times, places or groups of people.
- This book, by Schneider and Wagemann, provides a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of set theory to model causality and applications of Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA), the most developed form of set-theoretic method, fo
- This article by Nicolas Legewie provides an introduction to Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA). It discusses the method's main principles and advantages, including its concepts.
- This blog post by Rick Davies discusses the criteria identified to assess the evaluability of Theory of Change (ToC).
- An assessment of the extent to which an intervention can be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion.