This paper explores the existing gaps in the way CSS’ are evaluated for their impact in the Indian public sector. The authors identify an ‘ideal type’ model for a public sector impact evaluation mechanism that would be both effective and feasible to implement. The authors conclude with a brief forecast of why such steps might be resisted, and provide recommendations of how to overcome resistance to enable near-term improvements to the current evaluation culture.
Impact Evaluation and Public Sector Programs in India: What Can We do Right Now?
Elizabeth Mathew, Jonathan Sprague
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Institutions and Society