By Renee HoNovember 26, 2015 A few weeks ago we asked, “Do we bias the feedback we get?” The emphasis was on ensuring that respondents give answers that are unbiased and therefore “true”. It turns out that responses vary depending on how you frame the decision and the context in which the decision is made.…
The World Bank aims to conduct more surveys. Who determines what to measure?
A loose conceptual framework for linking intake with output.
Some reflections to keep us on our toes
Do we really value self-determination? The question makes us a little uncomfortable.
Why we love the World Humanitarian Summit’s #1 agenda item
How did the polling citizens about the same thing yield such different results?
What I learned from Claire Melamed’s piece, “What do they want?”
Feedback Labs’ follow-up to an event at the Center for Global Development.
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