Methodological and practical barriers to integrating Cost-effectiveness Analysis and Cost-Benefit Analysis into impact evaluations

21 May 2020
15:00-16:30 BST

Methodological and practical barriers to integrating Cost-effectiveness Analysis and Cost-Benefit Analysis into impact evaluations


Time: 15:00-16:30
Date: 21 May 2020

This session will have key discussions based on comparisons between practices in the Health Sector and International Development. What mechanisms should the field of international development put in place to advance both the methods and practice of conducting CEA? How would this work in international development? What accommodations should be made for the many sectors included in International Development?

Speakers:
Craig McIntosh, professor and co-director, Policy Design and Evaluation Lab, University of California, San Diego
Constantine Manda, Department of Political Science, Yale University
Caitlin Tulloch, associate director, Best Use of Resources, IRC
Catherine Pitt, Assistant professor of health economics, LSHTM

Chair:
Elizabeth Brown, lead, Cost Transparency Initiative, CEGA

Here is the list of resources discussed during this session.


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