Chapter 6 | Evaluation Methods for Producing Actionable Evidence: Contextual Influences on Adequacy and Appropriateness of Method Choice

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Evaluation Methods for Producing Actionable Evidence: Contextual Influences on Adequacy and Appropriateness of Method Choice
GeorgeJulnesDebraRog

Philosophers have long struggled with what it means for evidence to be credible (Weinberg, 1973). For this volume, the focus is on understanding what constitutes credible evidence for informing policy and program decisions, especially in the public sector. Our pragmatic approach extends the concept to suggest that for evidence to be useful, ...

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