7 edition of Social policy evaluation found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Elhanan Helpman, Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka.|
|Contributions||Helpman, Elhanan., Razin, Assaf., Sadka, Efraim., Merkaz le-fituaḥ ʻal-shem P. Sapir., Pinhas Sapir Conference on Development (2nd : 1980 : Pinhas Sapir Center for Development)|
|LC Classifications||HV8 .S62 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||82022681|
The “structural equation” app roach to so cial policy evaluation p romised to enable analysts to simulate a wide a rray of counterfactuals that could b e the basis fo r “optimal” socialAuthor: James Heckman. This is the first book-length treatment of the concepts, designs, methods, and tools needed to conduct effective advocacy and policy change evaluations. By integrating insights from different disciplines, Part I provides a conceptual foundation for navigating advocacy tactics within today's turbulent policy landscape. Part II offers recommendations for developing appropriate . 3) Monitoring-The evaluator's role is to conduct a process, implementation, or progress evaluation to determine whether the policy or program is being implemented according to plan. 4) Impact and utility-is outcome or product evaluation.
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About this book. By examining the role of evidence in social policymaking and the extent of its influence, Evidence and Evaluation in Social Policy delves deeply into one of the central questions of the field for the last 20 years.
Chronicles the trend towards evidence-based policy over the last decade. Social Psychology and Evaluation brings together leading scholars to identify issues of shared interest and to reintegrate these areas empirically and conceptually.
Bridging theory and practice, intervention and evaluation, and social psychology and social policy, the book is well written and accessible to a broad audience.5/5(1).
Briefs 2, 6, and 7 discuss the steps as they apply to all types of. policy evaluation, whereas Briefs 3, 4, and 5 discuss Step 3 (focusing the evaluation design) as it applies to the specific types of policy evaluation. 1 CDC, Office of the Associate Director for Policy.
Definition of Size: KB. ‘This book is a useful addition to the library of works relating to evaluation. It embraces a range of approaches that can be employed in undertaking evaluations, delivers a breadth of methodologies, depending on context and constituencies, and provides a wide selection of applications that will be helpful to new entrants in the field of evaluation and also to.
This Handbook deals with many aspects of public policy evaluation including methods, examples, studies, professionalism, perspectives, concepts, trends, subs. The concept of social capital as the focus of social policy shifts the focus of responsibility from government to individual, from economy to society informing policies that highlight social behavior reducing costs to government providing in turn economic solutions to social problems.
Stuart S. Nagel was professor emeritus of political science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was secretary-treasurer and publications coordinator of the Policy Studies Organization and coordinator of the Dirksen-Stevenson Institute and the MKM Research by: Get this from a library.
Handbook of social policy evaluation. [Bent Greve;] -- This Handbook uses methodologies and cases to discover how and when to evaluate social policy, and looks at the possible impacts of evaluation on social policy decisions. The contributors present a. Handbook of Public Policy Evaluation is the only book of its kind to present aspects of public policy evaluation that relate to economic, technology, social, political, international, and legal problems.
Rather than looking at specific narrowly focused programs, this book emphasizes broad-based evaluation theory, study, and application, providing a rich variety of exceptional. Social policy is a continuously evolving field requiring constant review, documentation, and analysis. The Handbook of Social Policy is an attempt to document the now substantial body of knowledge about government social policies that has been accumulated since the study of social policy first emerged as an organized field of academic endeavor about 50 years ago/5(2).
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The heated nature of the debates that arose during File Size: KB. Genre/Form: Kongress Kongreß Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Social policy evaluation. New York: Academic Press, In its broadest meaning, to evaluate means to ascertain the worth of or to fix a value on some object.
In this book, we use evaluation in a more restricted sense, as program evaluation or interchangeably as evaluation research, defined as a social science activity directed at collecting, analyzing, interpreting, and communicating information about the. Introduction Basics Cost-Beneﬁt Analysis Multi-attribute Value Functions Further Reading Outline 1 Introduction 2 Basics 3 Cost-Beneﬁt Analysis 4 Multi-attribute Value Functions 5 Further Reading Alexis Tsoukiàs Methods and Tools for Public Policy EvaluationFile Size: 2MB.
Downloadable. This paper examines the case for randomized controlled trials in economics. I revisit my previous paper “Randomization and Social Policy Evaluation” and update its message.
I present a brief summary of the history of randomization in economics. I identify two waves of enthusiasm for the method as “Two Awakenings” because of the near-religious zeal.
About the course. The MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation (EBSIPE) emphasises research methods for evaluating interventions and policies, as well as the advanced study of evidence-based practice and policy in relation to, for example, children and families, poverty and inequality, mental health, refugees, drug use, violence and.
An Introduction to Social Policy. explores essential welfare topics, themes and issues for students studying social policy or related disciplines such as sociology, social work, or nursing and social care.
- Part One examines key concepts including welfare, social justice, diversity and health and well-being. - Part Two explores policy issues in relation to key stages of the lifecourse.
Impact Evaluation of Social Programs: A Policy Perspective John Blomquist, Senior Economist Social Protection Human Development Network I. Introduction There is increasing recognition among many governments and donor organizations that rigorous evaluations of public interventions should feature in the social policy decisionmaking process.
In this study, the social policy and the welfare state are handled with their goals, scopes, types, and problems from their historical development up to today. Social policy is a set of measures developed to protect workers against the dangers arising as a result of industrialization, in parallel to the historical development, after the Author: Esra Dundar Aravacik.
About the course. The MPhil in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation (EBSIPE) emphasises research methods for evaluating interventions and policies, as well as the advanced study of evidence-based practice and policy in relation to, for example, children and families, poverty and inequality, mental health, refugees, drug use, violence and.
"Policy analysis for practice" introduces students and practitioners to the concepts, methods and techniques required to undertake the analysis and review of policy and its implementation. Focusing on developing understanding and skills for a growing area of practice, it combines material from public and social administration with examples and.
Evaluation has become a central tool in the development of contemporary social policy. Its widespread popularity is based on the need to provide evidence of the effectiveness of policies and programmes.
This book sees evaluation as an inherently political activity, as much about forms of governance as scientific practice.
Using a wide range of examples from. The journal Evaluation therefore welcomes innovative submissions from interconnected fields such as policy analysis, social work, technology development, education and auditing.
The journal also publishes Special Issues on topics that will help advance thinking and practice in evaluation. Randomization and Social Policy Evaluation Revisited James J.
Heckman. NBER Technical Working Paper No. Issued in JulyRevised in January NBER Program(s):Labor Studies.
This paper examines the case for randomized controlled trials in economics. evaluation reflects the increased interest in ensuring that public programs are appropriate, efficient and effective.
This paper explores how the ‘new age’ of evaluation might influence the development of policy and, more particularly, how it has affected the nature of the work of the Social Policy Research Centre (SPRC). This volume provides a single collection some of the best articles on social experimentation and program evaluation that have appeared in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management (JPAM).
Provides exposure to a variety of well-executed social experiments and evaluations for evidence-based public policy. The Center for the Study of Social Policy works to achieve a racially, economically, and socially just society in which all children, youth, and families thrive.
We translate ideas into action, promote public policies grounded in equity, and support strong and inclusive communities. We advocate with and for all children, youth, and families. Monitoring and evaluating social programs in developing countries: a handbook for policymakers, managers, and researchers/ Joseph Valadez, Michael Bamberger.
(EDI development studies, ISSN X) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 1. Evaluation research (Social action programs) Developing countries.
'This is an interesting "how to" guide to social policy evaluation, presenting a range of discussions of methodologies, applications to social policy and detailed case studies.' -- Jason Lowther, Taylor & Francis Online 'This book is a useful addition to the library of Author: Professor Bent Greve.
Evidence-based evaluation of social policy Susan St John & M. Claire Dale1 ABSTRACT Much attention in recent times has been given to the concept of evidence-based policy. One outcome has been a desire for research-based evidence to inform policy design; another is for there to be proper evaluation of policies after their implementation.
The third edition of this well established textbook remains a key book for students of social policy and other sociology related disciplines. Updates to this edition cover Labour's administration ( to date), taking into account the commitments made by Labour in their general election campaign.
Each chapter is written by an expert in the field, to provide comprehensive. Select the Evaluation Criteria: Criteria are used to measure the outcomes and impacts of each alternative.
Bardach describes them as the “mental standards for evaluating the results of action.” The criteria should be measurable and quantifiable.
There are several criteria commonly utilized by policy analysts: (1) efficacy, (2) cost, (3. Written in a friendly, how-to manner, Social Experiments provides a basic understanding of how to design and implement social experiments and how to interpret their results. Through illustrative examples, the author provides a grounding in the experimental method and gives advice on: designs that best address alternative policy questions; maximizing the precision of the.
Discussing how mainstream evaluation methods have assessed the outcomes of social security systems, the underlying assumptions of these methods and the associated challenges for the realization of comprehensive outcomes, the paper argues that inclusion of the processes, institutions and actors of social policy interventions that importantly.
Social policy is policy usually within a governmental or political setting, such as the welfare state and study of social services. Social policy consists of guidelines, principles, legislation and activities that affect the living conditions conducive to human welfare, such as a person's quality of Department of Social Policy at the London School of Economics defines social policy.
The Green Book is guidance issued by HM Treasury on how to appraise policies, programmes and projects. It also provides guidance on the design and use of monitoring and evaluation before, during Author: HM Treasury. Hacker’s book is a little on the academic side, so it may not be a great book to start with if you’re new to social policy reading.
But if you’re looking to dig deeper, he shines a light on the under-discussed relationship between public social programs and private social benefits like employer-sponsored health insurance and pension : Trisha Brown.
This book seeks to offer comprehensive data, which lead to conclusions about patterns that transcend the gap between evaluation and the social scientific the Gap has a twofold aim. The first is to highlight and characterize the gap between evaluation practices and debates, and the substantive knowledge debates within the social Author: Jos Vaessen.
Evaluation is a methodological area that is closely related to, but distinguishable from more traditional social research. Evaluation utilizes many of the same methodologies used in traditional social research, but because evaluation takes place within a political and organizational context, it requires group skills, management ability.
The author of Internal Evaluation provides an introduction to the theory and practice of internal evaluation; he presents the stages of internal evaluation g.
The School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University engages students in holistic, interdisciplinary scholarship to solve real-world problems and enhance society.
SSSPE houses two scholastic divisions devoted to this mission: the Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences (DBOS) and the Division of Politics.Public Policy Analysis.
In the past thirty years and more, this book has been used in degree and certificate programs in universities, think tanks, and governments in this country.This course introduces students to the fundamentals of economic analysis in the evaluation of education and social policy.
Each week the class concentrates on a different important public policy question, and then uses economic reasoning to explain the economic rationales for policies as well as the potential consequences, expected and.