Evaluation Center: THURSDAY, September 24, 2009
Jim Rugh was a coauthor (with Michael Bamberger and Linda Mabry) of the RealWorld Evaluation book published by Sage in 2006. That book and the many workshops on the subject at AEA and in many countries around the world have continued to be very popular—probably because many new and even experienced evaluators are looking for practical ideas, backed by experience, on how to conduct adequately credible program evaluations in spite of constraints such as inadequate budget and time, lack of data (such as from baseline and comparison groups), political pressures, and so on. Jim will summarize the RealWorld Evaluation approach and address lessons learned from many workshops and current discussions among networks of evaluators on conducting impact evaluations, especially of international development programs.
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