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AutorenBakhai, Khyati; Barnard, Matt; Boardman, Anthony E.; Boruch, Robert; Brown, Chris; Calnan, Michael; Cassells, Emma; Costa, Massimo; Dahler-Larsen, Peter; Deeming, Christopher; Douglass, Tom; Edbrooke-Childs, Julian; Eichhorst, Werner; Etherington, David; Evans-Lacko, Sara; Furubo, Jan-Eric; Gaus, Hansjoerg; Gerressu, Makeda; Gleeson, Helen; Gondek, Dawid; Greve, Bent; Hagelund, Anniken; Halvorsen, Anne; Hansen, Morten Balle; Haux, Tina; Hussain, M. Azhar; Hyatt, Jordan M.; Irish, Caroletha; Jacob, Jenna; Kavli, Hanne Cecilie; Knapp, Martin; Konle-Seidl, Regina; Lakhanpaul, Monica; Liket, Kellie; McHugh, Neil; Mueller, Christoph E.; Nielsen Breidahl, Karen; Richardson, Liz; Rodrigues, Ricardo; Roy, Michael J.; Sinclair, Stephen; Smith, Kat; Sundberg, Trude; Turner III, Herbert; Van Lancker, Wim; Vining, Aidan R.; Warren, Jon; Whelan, Isabelle; Wistow, Jonathan; Wolpert, Miranda; Yang, Rui
Sonst. PersonenGreve, Bent (Hrsg.)
TitelHandbook of social policy evaluation.
Gefälligkeitsübersetzung: Handbuch der Sozialpolitikevaluation.
QuelleCheltenham: Elgar (2017), 542 S.    Verfügbarkeit 
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; Monographie
ISBN978-1-78536-323-8
SchlagwörterBildungsarbeit; Empirische Forschung; Forschungsmethode; Bildungspolitik; Familienpolitik; Jugendpolitik; Experiment; Gesundheitspolitik; Gesundheitswesen; Armut; Politikberatung; Reformpolitik; Sozialpolitik; Kosten-Nutzen-Analyse; Arbeitsmarktpolitik; Behinderung; Altenpflege; Soziale Arbeit; Wirkungsforschung; OECD (Organisation für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung); Europäische Union; Großbritannien; Norwegen
AbstractThis Handbook uses methodologies and cases to discover how and when to evaluate social policy, and looks at the possible impacts of evaluation on social policy decisions. The contributors present a detailed analysis on how to conduct social policy evaluation, how to be aware of pitfalls and dilemmas and how to use evidence effectively.; Organized into three thematic sections, this new resource includes contributions from a variety of researchers from a range of disciplines and countries. The first section explores evaluation and examples of methods used; the second focuses on the intersection between evaluation and policy-making; and the third delves into current social policy in order to discover the use of evaluation within central welfare state policies. One conclusion found is that welfare states are increasingly using evidence, but that it varies from and within different welfare areas.; Contents: Bent Greve: Introduction : Evaluation as an instrument in social policy; PART I WHAT IS EVALUATION - AND EXAMPLES OF METHODS; Robert Boruch, Rui Yang, Jordan M. Hyatt and Herbert Turner III: Randomized Controlled Trials; Christoph E. Mueller and Hansjoerg Gaus: Quasi-Experimental Comparison Group Designs for Social Policy Evaluation; Massimo Costa: Social Return on Investment (SROI), Including Elements on Cost - Benefit Analysis; Anthony E. Boardman and Aidan R. Vining: There are many (well, more than one) paths to Nirvana : The economic evaluation of social policies; Trude Sundberg: Systematic reviews in Social Policy Evaluation; Liz Richardson: Participatory evaluation; PART II EVALUATION AND POLICY; Kat Smith and Tina Haux: Evidence-based policymaking (EBPM); Christopher Deeming: Use and misuse of evaluation in social policy; Kellie Liket: Challenges for Policy Makers : Accountability and Cost-effectiveness; Jon Warren and Jonathan Wistow: Policy, practice and difference within welfare regimes : Evidence from the UK; Morten Balle Hansen: Performance Management and Evaluation; Peter Dahler-Larsen: Critical Perspectives on using evidence in social policy; Michael J. Roy, Neil McHugh and Stephen Sinclair: Social Impact Bonds - Evidence-based policy or ideology?; PART III EVALUATION OF CONCRETE SOCIAL POLICY AREAS; Sara Evans-Lacko and Martin Knapp: Heath Care - Evaluating the Overall System; Michael Calnan and Tom Douglass: The Evaluation of New Medicines; Ricardo Rodrigues: Evaluating long-term care policies : challenges and advancements; Werner Eichhorst and Regina Konle-Seidl: Labour Market; David Etherington: Ideology or evidence base? The role of work capability assessments for people with disabilities in UK welfare to work programmes; Anniken Hagelund and Hanne Cecilie Kavli: Integration; Julian Edbrooke-Childs, Dawid Gondek, Isabelle Whelan, Jenna Jacob, Matt Barnard, Helen Gleeson, Makeda Gerressu, Monica Lakhanpaul, Caroletha Irish, Emma Cassells, Khyati Bakhai and Miranda Wolpert: Evaluating interventions for children, young people, and families : Theory, evidence, policy, and lessons learnt; Wim Van Lancker: The Matthew Effect Redux. Going beyond the mean in evaluating family policies; Morten Balle Hansen, Karen Nielsen Breidahl, Jan-Eric Furubo, Anne Halvorsen: Eight attention points when evaluating large-scale public sector reforms; M. Azhar Hussain: Poverty interventions; Chris Brown: How understanding research as consumer object can shed new light on evidence informed policy and practice in education.
Erfasst vonInstitut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, Nürnberg
Update2017/4
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