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  1. 52 weeks of BetterEvaluation: Week 8: Using Social Network Analysis for M&E

    Blog
    20th February, 2013

    Most of the work done in development is done in collaboration, in partnership with individuals or organizations who contribute to a particular task or project we are working on. These collaborations are sometimes very straight forward, but sometimes they are quite complex, and involve many links and relationships.

    With that in mind, I would like to share an approach I am working on,  Social Network Analysis (SNA). We are using SNA to study research networks, its characteristics and how the network contributes to better research outcomes.

  2. Understanding the Role of the World Bank Group in a Crowded Institutional Landscape [Network analysis example]

    Resource
    Example
    2017

    In this example, the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG - part of the World Bank Group) have used a network analysis to gain a better understanding of the role of the World Bank Group's policy interventions in the health sector in Liberia in the context of many other organisations and interventions.