In this seminar you will learn about theory-based impact evaluation, drawing on the latest advances made in terms of methodologies for impact evaluation from impact evaluation expert Benedict Wauters.
We will show you how theory-based impact evaluation can match the rigour associated with counter-factual impact evaluation and when it might be a better approach to determining how interventions can be more effective .
We will cover in particular Process Tracing, Congruence Analysis, Qualitative Comparative Analysis, Pawson and Tilley’s Realist Evaluation and Mayne’s Contribution Analysis.
Who will most benefit?
This two-day seminar is for public officials from EU Member States, candidate countries, the EU institutions and other multilateral institutions, as well as auditors, consultants, staff of NGOs, and other stakeholders with experience of the process of impact evaluation of policies, programmes and projects.
Come and learn how and when Theory-Based Impact Evaluation will help you to make decisions about how interventions can be made to work better to meet your aims
13 Feb 2020 @ 09:00 am
14 Feb 2020 @ 05:45 pm
Duration: 1 days, 8 hours
22 Onze Lieve Vrouweplein
6211 HE Maastricht