Rigorous impact evaluations tell us a lot about the world, not just the particular contexts in which they are conducted. Access to this article made possible by MIT.
Finding solutions for the global poor need not require choosing between theory and decision making. Good evaluations focus on both.
To fulfill the promise of cash transfers, we need to double down on investment in research.
Too often both funders and practitioners fail to focus on the active ingredient in youth development: relationships.
The world is rich in problems but poor in clear methods to address them. This article offers ten underutilized ways to place a big bet on social change.
A dialogue with University of Michigan professor Dean Yang on what we can—and can't—learn from randomized controlled trials.
Nonprofits have near-limitless metrics they can measure, but the key to success is identifying, monitoring, and responding to the few that really matter.
A new, and easier, scientific approach to determining the quality of evidence can help the social sector better assess—and therefore better address—social problems.
Is ESG Missing an “H”?