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Evaluation: May 2015

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Journal articles

  • An evaluation of the level of service/case management inventory in an Australian community corrections environment / Heidi Gordon, Sally F Kelty and Roberta D Julian
    Psychiatry, psychology and law 22(2) Apr 2015: 247-258
  • Chasing the McGuffin : towards the continuing reform of program evaluation / Saville Kushner
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015:
  • Evaluability assessments : reflections on a review of the literature / Rick Davies and Lina Payne
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 216-231
  • Evaluating the evidence : a move to more realistic evaluation : a case study of regional selective assistance in Scotland / Keith Hayton
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 248-262
  • Investigating the impact of delayed administration on the efficacy of the Self-Administered Interview / Helen M Paterson, Hester Eijkemans and Richard I Kemp
    Psychiatry, psychology and law 22(2) Apr 2015: 307-317
  • Opening access to administrative data for evaluating public services : the case of the Justice Data Lab / Fergus Lyon, Tracey Gyateng, David Pritchard, Prabhat Vaze, Ian Vickers and Nicola Webb
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 232-247
  • Payment by results in the UK : progress to date and future directions for evaluation / Fraser Battye
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 189-203
  • Radical incrementalism / David Halpern and Danielle Mason
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 143-149
  • What if 'what works' doesn't? / Erika R Lehmann
    Evaluation 21(2) Apr 2015: 167-172