11th EES Biennial Conference Awards

Dear colleagues, 

We have the pleasure to announce 11th EES Biennial Conference Awards winners.

Best Poster

Michaela Raab & Wolfgang Stuppert (Germany)
PO 06 – Paths to Effective Evaluations. Findings from a review of evaluation approaches and methods for interventions on violence against women and girls (VAWG)

Best Student Paper

Pirmin Bundi (Switzerland)
O 060 - The Parliamentary Demand for Evaluations: Knowledge Production for Police-Patrol Oversight

Best Paper

1st prize
Anthony Paul Buckley
(Ireland)
O 215 - Evaluating the role and contribution of Public Venture Capital to indigenous firm growth in the smaller state – A Contribution Analysis 

2nd prize (ex aequo)
Nathalie Gilbert & 
J. Bradley Cousins (Canada)
O 183 - Patient and family engagement in the planning and evaluation of health services: Where are the evaluators? 

2nd prize (ex aequo)
Lindie Botha (Republic of South Africa)
O 106 - Square pegs in round holes: Internalising new mental models to enhance evaluation practices in complex settings

 

Best Poster Award - Winner