Background reading

Background reading I have found of value

Goertz, G., Mahoney, J., 2012. A Tale of Two Cultures: Qualitative and Quantitative Research in the Social Sciences. Princeton University Press. Great background context for the kind of analyses possible with EvalC3

Kotu, V., Deshpande, B., 2014. Predictive Analytics and Data Mining: Concepts and Practice with RapidMiner. Morgan Kaufmann. Contains very useful chapters on Decision Tree method

Befani, B.  Evaluating Development Interventions With QCA: Potential And Pitfalls. Forthcoming 2016. The definitive book on QCA written from an evaluation perspective

Papers I have written

Alternative approaches to exploring and testing complex causal models of development interventions. Presentation to UK Evaluation Society Conference, March 2016. Available as YouTube video

Evaluating the impact of flexible development interventions using a ‘loose’ theory of change: Reflections on the Australia-Mekong NGO Engagement Platform” ODI Methods Lab. March 2016

Evalating loose theories of change” A YouTube video of Rick Davies’ presentation to DFID EvD staff in October 2015. This presentation put the methods used by EvalC3 in a wider context

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