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Globally Connected, Locally Rooted Evaluation

Author: Ian Thomas, Head of Arts Research & Insight at British Council In a 2018 the British Council explored the notion that cultural heritage could contribute to inclusive growth. The report shares findings from a sector consultation and international research...

Michael Scriven, 1928-2023

The Board of the EES were saddened to hear of the passing of one of the truly great figures in the history of evaluation. Michael Scriven died on the 28 August in California. He was born in Britain and grew up and studied in Australia before completing his PhD at...

Evaluating in Times of Crises

The EBRD-EvD Approach to Real-Time Evaluation By Natalia Kryg(1), Gabriele Fattorelli(2) – EBRD Crises prompt change. The COVID-19 pandemic tested the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and its operations, prompting a unique evaluation...

Economic growth and sustainability: conflict or friendship?

Evaluation of the Hungarian DROP Plus Programme in light of sustainable development The green growth concept offers an opportunity to reconcile economic/technological growth and sustainability, making it a realistic option for the world to avoid a global climate...