3 edition of Impact evaluation of infrastructure reform found in the catalog.
Impact evaluation of infrastructure reform
by Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research in Ibadan
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-53).
|Statement||Adesoji Adesanya... [et al.].|
|Series||NISER monograph series -- 2008, no. 2|
|LC Classifications||HE367.N512 I47 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 53 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||2009451499|
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Viii Impact Evaluation in Practice Chapter Finding Adequate Sources of Data Kinds of Data That Are Needed Using Existing Quantitative Data Collecting New Survey Data Chapter Conclusion Impact Evaluations: Worthwhile but Complex Exercises Checklist: Core Elements of a Well-Designed Impact Evaluation Handbook on impact evaluation: quantitative methods and practices (English) Abstract.
This book reviews quantitative methods and models of impact evaluation. The formal literature on impact evaluation methods and practices is large, with a few useful overviews.
Yet there is a need to put the theory into practice in a hands-on fashion for Cited by: One of the interesting discussions I had this last week was with a World Bank consultant trying to think about how to evaluate the impact of large-scale infrastructure g a counterfactual is very difficult in many of these cases, and so the question is what one could think of doing.
Youth Villages is an organization that has benefited greatly from conducting rigorous external evaluation of its programs. (In our book, Engine of Impact, we offer numerous examples of organizations that have used impact evaluation effectively.) The Memphis-based nonprofit provides support services to at-risk and foster youth and their families.
The impact evaluation model and the self-evaluation form The Ofsted self-evaluation form Impact evaluation of infrastructure reform book is an opportunity for schools and their partners to demonstrate the positive impact that workforce reform and extended services are making on the lives on children and young people.
The impact evaluation model can support this process by helping File Size: 1MB. Impact Evaluation of Infrastructure Projects Naoyuki Yoshino and Victor Pontines. Dean Research Fellow. [email protected] Asian Development Bank Institute. IMF-ADBI-PRI Joint International Conference. Tokyo, Japan, June about setting-up an evaluation study of infrastructure reform and regulation, and it is intended as a guide to evaluation work within the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the Australian Energy Regulator (jointly referred to as the ACCC/AER).
Project Origins. In recognition of the methodologically challenges involved in the impact evaluation analysis of infrastructure investments-such as identifying a valid and reliable dataset (Hansen et al. • develop an evaluation framework to assess the impact of future regulatory reforms (see Part II).
As far as possible, the study has followed the approach to evaluation set out in the Treasury’s “Green Book”.1 It examines the impact of the reforms against. and Evaluation for Alternative Development (AD) Projects. Tools and methods for project monitoring and evaluation will be introduced and discussed with examples from countries in the region.
Resource persons have already prepared training modules and materials for presentation to encourage smallFile Size: 1MB. The Effects of Infrastructure Development on Growth and Income Distribution César Calderón and Luis Servén* Abstract This paper provides an empirical evaluation of the impact of infrastructure development on economic growth and income distribution using a large panel data set encompassing over countries and spanning the years Impact evaluation 2.
counterfactual 3. randomized controlled trials 4. treatment effect 5. comparison group 6. selection bias I. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this book are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the.
Books, buildings, and learning outcomes: an impact evaluation of World Bank support to basic education in Ghana (English) Abstract. The main questions addressed in this Operations Evaluation Department (OED) study are: (1) what has happened to educational outputs (school attendance and learning); (2) what are the main determinants of those outputs; (3) which.
Ex post evaluations of infrastructure reform policies can focus on reform and regulatory impacts or on regulatory processes, or on a combination of both.
The emphasis in the work being done at the ACCC tends to be on the overall impact of the infrastructure reforms on economic variables reflecting economic welfare. Leveraging the Impact of Business Environment Reform: The Contribution of Quality Infrastructure Working Paper, Donor Committee for Enterprise Development, 2 Acknowledgements donor-supported quality infrastructure reform in developing and transition Size: 2MB.
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have seen a rise in the last two decades and are now used in more than developing countries, contributing about percent of total infrastructure investment.
Nonetheless, most developing countries - and the World Bank Group itself in its latest strategy, A Stronger, Connected Solutions World Bank Group - continue to see significant. The table is organized according to broad classifications of types of studies: (1) descriptive or monitoring studies; (2) studies of welfare leavers or divertees; (3) studies that employ experimental evaluation designs (these studies may also include components that use other evaluation or data.
The impact of this project. The change in beneficiary behavior, systems or institutional performance because of the combined output and key assumptions. Measures that describe the accomplishment of the PDO The value, benefit and return on investment. People, events, processes, sources of data for organizing the project evaluation system.
The National Survey of America’s Families, the Devolution and Urban Change Study, the Three-City Study, and many of the studies using census and other data sets to track the progress of the low-income population are not intended to formally evaluate the effects of welfare reform but, instead, have as their primary purpose the monitoring of.
Introduction: Following a Foreword by Riccardo Puliti, the Global Director of the World Bank's Energy and Extractive Industries GP, this introduction details the 4 structural reforms under the s power sector reform model/5.
impact evaluation. OED has a long history of conducting such studies, in which the meaning of impact has been interpreted in various ways. In this report, impact is taken to imply a concern with final welfare outcomes, and the attempt to establish the counterfactual to isolate the effects of different determinants on those outcomes.Development of the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan is an essential step to manage the process of assessing and reporting progress towards achieving project outputs and outcomes, and to identify what evaluation questions will be addressed through evaluation.
The M&E Plans contribute to the effectiveness of the CDCS-level Performance Management Plan (PMP), as well as the project .Bill to evaluate the impact assessment on the final version of the Bill.
1 Introduction This assessment of the draft Infrastructure Bill uses the SEIAS methodology. It assesses the draft bill as amended following Parliamentary hearings and an initial SEIAS evaluation in mid