The importance of a methodologically diverse approach to impact evaluation

This statement from the European Evaluation Society (EES) argues that randomised control trials are not necessarily the best way to ensure a rigorous or scientific impact evaluation assessment (IE) for development and development aid. The paper contends that multi-method approaches to IE are more effective over any single method.

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European Evaluation Society (2007). The importance of a methodologically diverse approach to impact evaluation. Retrieved from: http://europeanevaluation.org/sites/default/files/EES%20Statement_0.pdf

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