Resources list on 'realist' evaluation
Realist evaluation is a valuable method for addressing the complexity of social programmes. It seeks to understand ‘what works, for who, in what circumstances and why’ rather than providing one-off verdicts on programme success or failure (Pawson and Tilley 2007).
Realist evaluation seeks to clarify the ‘programme theories’ behind the way…
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