Here is my presentation for the International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) which I presented in April 2018 in… Read more IRSPM 2018
The video is now available from my guest role at the Polish Agency for Economic Development’s International Evaluation Conference. I… Read more International Evaluation Conference
It was a great pleasure to speak at the opening of the XII International Evaluation Conference by invitation of the… Read more XII International Evaluation Conference
“Trust Matters: Distrust in an External Evaluation of a Public Sector Program”, explores how distrust can emerge within the evaluation relationship, when evaluators are contracted externally. This relationship can be a challenge to evaluators and has not been extensively explored within literature previously.
Scriven’s (1980) formative and summative dichotomy is arguably the most accepted and renowned evaluation typology. One could suppose that the formative/summative dichotomy… Read more An Introduction to Evaluation Part I: The Formative/Summative Dualism
It could be argued that research on power and evaluation is still relatively underdeveloped – for instance, Pawson and Tilley… Read more Power and Evaluation
I have been pondering what makes an evaluation expert? It comes back a little to the age old debate over… Read more Academics as evaluation experts