What I learned from Claire Melamed’s piece, “What do they want?”
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Feedback Labs’ follow-up to an event at the Center for Global Development.
Looking Like a State: Techniques of Persistent Failure in State Capability for Implementation // Authors: Pritchett, Woolcock, Andrews (2012) Politics…
Dani Rodrik on how critical economists are of the very discipline that the World Bank—and the field more generally— loves to love.
It matters how we choose our words. Today, the word “beneficiary” is being replaced with citizen, client, consumer, stakeholder, and constituent. What are the pros and cons of each?
The International Rescue Committee has created a great application to help Syrian refugees but here’s one way it could be better.
A $5 million prize competition will test out EdTech solutions in a RCT
Rob Mackey hosts a podcasted conversation with Habitat for Humanity about NPS in the nonprofit sector.
Try out an interactive feature that lets you publish the evidence you want and silence the rest. Is this the “rigorous” evidence we were promised?
Information is powerful, but for whom? Providing information report cards may backfire depending on your objective and other design details.