#Charity: Taking Welfare Viral

Haris Khan It’s happened to everyone: the 12-year old down the street knocks on your door, and she’s raising money for cancer research, or the homeless, or heart disease. It doesn’t really matter what the cause is: odds are that your heart melted, and you handed the kid a five dollar bill. Meanwhile, the pre-addressed […]

Opinion: The Limits of Evidence-Based Policy-Making

Laura Hache´ This fall, the Social Impact Analysts Association will hold its third annual conference in Toronto. Entitled “Talking Data: Measurement with a Message”, the event will bring evaluation professionals together for discussions on the impact and value of social policy evaluation methodologies. A number of the newer practices in this field – notably the ‘Social Return […]