When does rigorous impact evaluation make a difference? : the case of the Millennium villages

Abstract: Rigorous evaluation of the Millennium Villages Project (MVP) shows that estimates of the project’s effects depend heavily on the evaluation method. Weaknesses include the subjective choice of intervention sites. Inexpensive improvements are suggested.

Author(s): Clemens, Michael A.; Demombynes, Gabriel

Source(s): , Policy research working paper; 5477 51 p., ill., graphs, tabs Policy research working paper 5477

Published: 2010 World bank, Washington, DC (English


Link: http://go.worldbank.org/DYQ1MJAL00

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