At our members quarterly meeting in October, we heard what good economic evaluation looks like from those already doing it. Thanks to Melinda Kunjasich and John Franklin from Pro Bono Economics, Karen Scanlon from NPC, and Catherine Manning from Social Value UK for presenting.
Their presentations are available below, followed by the notes from our members' discussion on the Challenges and Realities of Economic Evaluation.
What makes for a good economic evaluation?
Melinda Kunjasich and John Franklin from Pro Bono Economics
What does good economic analysis look like?
Karen Scanlon, NPC
What is social value?
Catherine Manning, Social Value UK
Economic Evaluation: Discussing the Challenges and Realities
Members discussion, facilitated by Laura Johnson
Thanks to everyone who joined us and contributed, and for those unable to make it, we hope this content proves useful. Our next meeting is 12th Feb 2020, exploring the commissioning of evaluations - from the perspective of commissioners and bidders.