INESAN understands evaluation as a process of systematic collection, processing and information sorting, whose target is rational determination and objective value measurement. We achieve evaluation by way of controlled Merit and Worth research of the evaluation object. Evaluation can help improve the quality and increase the effectiveness of performed programs or projects and of performance optimization, in addition to securing valid and useful feedback.
We are primarily specialized in the following evaluation areas:
- Meta-evaluation (which means the evaluation of realized evaluation)
- Intervention Program Evaluation (the evaluation or assessment of measures whose aim is to change or form the behavior of individuals, social groups, or organizations)
For more information about current evaluation methods, click the links below.
- Content Analyses of Documents
- Press Analyses
- Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing (CATI)
- Personal Interview (Face-to-Face)
- Individual In-depth Interviews (In-depth Interviews)
- Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ)
- Querying with the Computer (Computer Assisted Self-Interviewing - CASI
- CBA (Cost-Benefit Analysis)
- CEA (Cost-Effectiveness Analysis)
- The Delphi Method
- Evaluation Visits
EVALUATION OF EFFECTS
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EVALUATION OF PROJECT DOCUMENTS
EVALUATION OF INTERVENTION PROGRAMS AND PUBLIC POLICES
EVALUATION OF COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES
EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
THE EVALUATION HAS BEEN CARRIED OUT EVALUATIONS (META-EVALUATION)
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Social analyses which we deal with are focused on selected issues set out in the framework of the priority thematic areas (environment, ICT, social issues, managerieal studies, ethically responsible behavior). In the implementation of social analysis we focus on examining the interactions of the selected problem and its social context. Implementation of the social analyses usually includes the whole set of interrelated research activities geared towards an in-depth analysis of the nature of the problem and its thorough explanations based on relevant theory; this approach differs the social analysis from current research.
In the area of social analysis we are focused on:
Synthesizing, comparative and analytical study