Draft blog post for AEA365
Better ways to present country-level data on a world map: equal-area cartograms
Beaufort and Rubrics
Everything should be evidence-based - if only the evidence would make up its mind already
Emerging evaluation questions
Assumptions and Context in Logic Models
10-years after: A follow-up study on war-traumatized civilians in Bosnia
Social Capital article published at last
Haiti: Request for Qualifications for research teams to conduct an impact evaluation of the Integrated Neighborhood Approach (INA)
Multi-stage sampling together with hierarchical/ mixed effects models: which packages?
Annual Meeting of INURED in Port-au-Prince
Outcome Mapping book chapter just out
Did poverty cause the England riots? Guardian graphic fails to correct for population density
Smoking in cars: some evidence
Authority is not losing out to democracy, but to change.
angry, sorry, happy, joy, sad, pleasure, depression - which do you think is most popular in 2011?
Democracy support pays off in the end, at least from the perspective of USAID, even in Egypt
Roma parents’ views on participation in education in B&H.
Another example of why research should be reproducible.
What helped the the Egyptian revolution the most: Twitter, or the government switching it off?
United Nations Volunteers: Citizens’ contributions essential to Tajikistan’s national development goals: UN Report
Fairer Calls for Proposals in international development. A simple way to stop the bias!
My first Reproducible Research Compendium
Also in Bosnia & Herzegovina, satisfied parents are those who believe their school representatives are effective
Volunteering, the flip side of work?
State of the World’s Volunteerism - neatly balanced, maybe?
Value and measurability in development
Which parents are satisfied with their child’s education? Those who know their class representative well. Especially in poor schools.
Students in predominantly ethnic minority classes want segregated education very much. The others don’t.
What is wrong with this graph?
Unending frustration with the anonymous style required in academic documents
The most controversial of all psychiatric diagnoses just won’t lie down: and giving the problem to a committee just didn’t help.
Three days, six people, three pages, one google doc