Evaluation Methods

Methods used in evaluations are based on primary social science research approaches (qualitative and quantitative research methods). Secondary research techniques are also used very often (research, reanalysis, content analysis, secondary data analysis). The range of methodological tools and techniques is complemented by the methods used in economics and management (e.g., CBA, ROI) for the specific purpose of evaluation. As part of an evaluation we also use applied procedures (which include, for example, the Delphi method, peer-review, auto-evaluation, etc.). More information about our methodology can be found in their relevant sections.

 

1) SECONDARY DATA ANALYSIS METHOD

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2) PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION METHODS

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3) FINANCIAL ANALYSIS METHODS

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4) APPLIED PROCEDURES

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