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What did I learn about the demand for impact evaluations at the What Works Global Summit?

| October 14, 2016

At the recently concluded What Works Global Summit (WWGS) which 3ie co-sponsored, a significant number of the sessions featured presentations on new impact evaluations and systematic reviews. WWGS was a perfect opportunity to learn lessons about the demand for and supply of high-quality evidence for decision-making because it brought together a diverse set of stakeholders.
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Unexpected evidence on impact evaluations of anti-poverty programmes

They need to tell us how the poor are defined before they can tell us anything else
| September 28, 2014

The first email that caught my eye this morning as I opened my inbox was Markus Goldstein’s most recent World Bank blog post, “Do impact evaluations tell us anything about reducing poverty?” Having worked in this field for four years, I too have been thinking that we were in the business of fighting poverty, and
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