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  1. Developing a research agenda for impact evaluation

    13th February, 2015

    Impact evaluation, like many areas of evaluation, is under-researched. Doing systematic research about evaluation takes considerable resources, and is often constrained by the availability of information about evaluation practice.  Much of the work undertaken in evaluation is not readily visible (see  the recent comments by Drew Cameron on an earlier blog post which provide details about the considerable effort involved in a study of impact evaluations in development).  

  2. Current funding opportunities for research on evaluation

    14th September, 2016

    As with any field of endeavour, evaluation practice needs to be informed by, and contribute to, theory and research.  However it can be difficult to find sources of funding and support for research into evaluation.

    Here are two current funding opportunities to support research on evaluation, and some links to other resources and examples of research on evaluation.  

    Do you have suggestions about others we should add?