Commentary : Minimizing Evaluation Misuse as Principled Practice

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  title={Commentary : Minimizing Evaluation Misuse as Principled Practice},
  author={Jill Cousins},
  year={2004}
}
Ethical Challenges, in my experience, is invariably interesting, often instructive and sometimes amusing. Some of the most engaging stimulus scenarios raise thorny evaluation practice issues that ultimately lead to disparate points of view about the nature of the issue and how to handle it (Datta, 2002; Smith, 2002). Despite my poor performance at the tables at the 2003 AEA conference in Reno, I am willing to gamble that the present “ethical challenge” does not fall into the “contentious case… CONTINUE READING

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