Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development

How to Assess What Works among Programmes and Policies

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Evaluating Local Economic and Employment Development is one of the few books to examine best practices in evaluating programmes for local and regional economic and employment development.  Appropriate for a non-technical readership, this book contains policy proposals for central and local governments aimed at improving the practice of evaluation, enlarging the evidence base for policy and developing a culture of evaluation.

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An Overview of the Panel Discussion


Alistair Nolan of the OECD/LEED Secretariat introduced the final panel debate. The initial questions he posed were: “What is the current state of government commitment to evaluation? Does the present situation need to be improved on? If so, how?” Nolan said that the debate should focus primarily on practical and policy problems associated with evaluation projects. He said...


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