• Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs): Learning from Africa, Americas, Asia, Australasia, Europe and Middle East

    This book is focused on case studies highlighting the experiences of regional and national VOPEs.
  • Case Study Research: Design and Methods

    This book from Robert K. Yin provides detailed guidance on case study research.  Outlining a clear definition of the case study method, the book also looks at design and analysis techniques that can be used in case study research.
  • Five misunderstandings about case-study research

    This article, written by Bent Flyvbjerg (Aalborg University, Denmark) examines five common misunderstandings about case-study research.
  • Case Study Research: Design and Methods (Applied Social Research Methods)

    This book focuses by Robert K. Yin on case study design and analysis as a distinct research tool with wide applicability.
  • Case studies in action

    This article by Dr. Bernadette Wright and Dr.
  • Using case study in research - How to tell a 'good' story

    In this short paper, Lesley Greenaway, discusses the effective use of case studies in research to tell a 'good' story.
  • Encyclopedia of Case Study Research: Analytic Generalization

    Written by Robert Yin, this entry gives a clear overview of analytic generalisation from case studies, where it is appropriate, and how to effectively apply it.
  • Case Study Research: Design and Methods

    Providing a complete portal to the world of case study research, the Fifth Edition of Robert K. Yin’s bestselling text offers comprehensive coverage of the design and use of the case study method as a valid research tool.
  • Qualitative research & evaluation methods: integrating theory and practice

    The fourth edition of Michael Quinn Patton's Qualitative Research & Evaluation Methods Integrating Theory and Practice, published by Sage Publications, analyses and provides clear guidance and advice for using a range of differ
  • UNICEF webinar: Comparative case studies

    What does a non-experimental evaluation look like? How can we evaluate interventions implemented across multiple contexts, where constructing a control group is not feasible?
  • Public Impact Fundamentals and Observatory

    The Public Impact Fundamentals are a framework developed by the Centre for Public Impact to assess what makes a successful policy outcome and describe what can be done to maximise the chances of achieving public impact.
  • Successful public policy: Lessons from Australia and New Zealand

    This book is a collection of 20 examples of successful public policies in Australia and New Zealand. It aims to reset the agenda for teaching, research and dialogue on public policy performance.
  • Week 32: Better use of case studies in evaluation

    Case studies are often used in evaluations – but not always in ways that use their real potential.