© 2000

The Annotated Bibliography of International Programme Evaluation

  • Editors
  • Craig Russon
  • Karen Russon

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Kate Spring, Mahesh Patel
    Pages 1-40
  3. Arunaselam Rasappan, Osman Zaiton, Lee Ong Kim, Selva Ramachandran, Roger Pearson, Karin Kohlweg
    Pages 41-66
  4. Patricia J. Rogers
    Pages 67-105
  5. Arnold J. Love
    Pages 107-221
  6. Antoinette B. Brown, Ada Ocampo
    Pages 223-260
  7. Giray Berberoðuli, Mark Waysman, Aysenur Togrol
    Pages 261-305
  8. Kelly Spence, Holly Miller
    Pages 307-341
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 343-360

About this book


The evaluation profession has experienced rapid growth in the past five years. Prior to 1995. there were five national evaluation organizations: the American Evnluntion Association (AEA). the Asociacion Centroamericana de Evaluacion (ACE). the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES). the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES). and the European Evaluation Society (EES). In November 1995. AEA and CES cosponsored an international evaluation conference in Vancouver, of the conference was "Evaluation for a New British Columbia. The theme Century-A Global Perspective." Delegates from 50 countries throughout Europe, Australia. New Zealand, Asia, Africa, and Central and South America attended the conference. The conference combined workshops and lecture fonnats to bring participants the most up-to-date and relevant information in a variety of sectors. Following the Vancouver conference, there was a gestation period, after which several national evaluation organizations in Europe were born (AEA/CES, Evaluation '95, On-Site Program). In 1997, EES held a conference in Stockholm. The theme of the conference was "What Works and for Whom'?" More than 280 evaluation professionals from 30 countries in Europe and throughout the world attended the conference. The conference provided a forum for academic professionals and civil servants to meet and share their experiences. Leaders emerged with goals to increase membership and to create extensive professional networks within the society (EES Newsletter, 2/97).


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