Brousselle for Implementation Evaluation What Counts is not Falling . . . but Landing : Strategic Analysis : An Adapted Model

@inproceedings{Brousselle2004BrousselleFI,
  title={Brousselle for Implementation Evaluation What Counts is not Falling . . . but Landing : Strategic Analysis : An Adapted Model},
  author={Astrid Brousselle},
  year={2004}
}
Implementation evaluations, also called process evaluations, involve studying the development of programmes, and identifying and understanding their strengths and weaknesses. Undertaking an implementation evaluation offers insights into evaluation objectives, but does not help the researcher develop a research strategy. During the implementation analysis of… CONTINUE READING