[ap-intact] COMMENTARY: Evaluations can reduce corruption costs – If you let them!

“Aid organizations can and should incorporate corruption issues into their standard evaluation policies. But not all program evaluators are anticorruption experts, and so the anticorruption community needs to provide more guidance on how to integrate anticorruption analysis into program evaluation. This is one of the things we are trying to do at U4. Based on our work, and helpful discussions with other experts, here are some suggestions for how this can be achieved.”

Read the guest post by Jesper Johnsøn, a Senior Adviser at the U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre who leads the Centre’s “evaluation and measurement” theme, in the Global Anticorruption Blog. http://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2015/03/31/guest-post-evaluations-can-reduce-corruption-costs-if-you-let-them/

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