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Grad Fellow Notes: STATA Command -inspect-

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By |2020-05-28T13:36:27-04:00August 3rd, 2017|Blog Post, Graduate Fellow, STATA|Comments Off on Grad Fellow Notes: STATA Command -inspect-

Grad Fellow Notes: The Impact of “No Impact” Evaluations

With the steady rise of the number of impact evaluations (IEs) per year, it should come as no surprise that not every single IE will show a positive impact. The authors of “no impact” evaluations will understandably be worried that their work will not be academically published nor be used for public policy. There is, however, still value in such information. Evidence that a particular program does not work paves the way for alternative interventions to happen. Licona (2017) provides several examples where null results in Mexican education programs encouraged the tweaking of aspects such as selection criteria, consolidation of redundant programs, and budget optimization.

By |2020-05-28T13:39:25-04:00July 24th, 2017|Blog Post, Graduate Fellow, RCT, Research|Comments Off on Grad Fellow Notes: The Impact of “No Impact” Evaluations