So the intervention is effective… but what will it cost?

14 May 2020
15:00-16:30 BST

So the intervention is effective… but what will it cost?

Time: 15:00-16:30 BST
Date: 14 May 2020

This virtual session will be an interview-style panel discussion focusing broadly on the use of cost evidence in impact evaluation. Each panellist brings a different perspective to the topic, ranging from real-world examples of the critical importance of cost evidence for policymaking to key practical and methodological considerations for research to the global “market” in international development for cost analysis in impact evaluation. From their respective organizational standpoints, panellists will share their views on the current barriers to generating this type of evidence as well as recommendations for improving the situation.

Donfouet Hermann Pythagore Pierre, associate research scientist; African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)
Mark Sundberg,
deputy vice president and chief economist, MCC
Elizabeth Brown, lead, Cost Transparency Initiative, CEGA
Thania Paola de la Garza Navarrete, Head, Evaluation Unit, CONEVAL

Marie Gaarder, executive director, 3ie


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