Conducting influential impact evaluations in China: the experience of the Rural Education Action Project
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- Boswell, Mathew & Rozelle, Scott, 2011. "Conducting influential impact evaluations in China: The experience of the Rural Education Action Project," 3ie Publications 2011-10, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie).
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