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Toward Closing the Evaluation Gap: Lessons from Three Recent Impact Evaluations in Latin America and the Caribbean

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  • Lorenzo Moreno
  • Larissa Campuzano
  • Randall Blair
  • Dan Levy

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Identifies how impact evaluations are encouraged and resisted in Latin America and the Caribbean. Drawing on case studies from work in El Salvador, Jamaica, and Mexico, the authors outline best practices for successfully designing and implementing a high quality impact evaluation.

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  • Lorenzo Moreno & Larissa Campuzano & Randall Blair & Dan Levy, 2009. "Toward Closing the Evaluation Gap: Lessons from Three Recent Impact Evaluations in Latin America and the Caribbean," Mathematica Policy Research Reports b331e4ffdb344b8690f8667ee, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:b331e4ffdb344b8690f8667eef6e0707
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    Latin America Caribbean International;

    JEL classification:

    • F - International Economics
    • Z - Other Special Topics

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