Published March 1987
by Unipub .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||181|
This study rigorously evaluate SME programs in four Latin American countries to gain insights into which programs perform better than others, and just as important, why. These countries – Mexico, Chile, Colombia and Peru – cover a wide range of enterprise support programs, including training, innovation and technology upgrading, quality control, market development, export promotion and network Author: Gladys López-Acevedo. The evaluation standards for Latin America and the Caribbean were developed by a task force of the Latin American and Caribbean Network of Evaluation (ReLAC), with support by DEval’s Evaluation Capacity Development (ECD) Project FOCEVAL. keywords: control groups, counterfactual, flexibility, impact evaluation, income, instrumental variables, intermediate outcomes, poverty alleviation, poverty reduction, program impacts Impact Evaluation of Small and Medium Enterprise Programs in Latin America and the Caribbean. A Human Opportunity Report for Latin America and the Caribbean By José R. Molinas Vega, Ricardo Paes de Barros, Jaime Saavedra Chanduvi, Marcelo Giugale The Latin America and Caribbean region is making progress in opening the doors of development to all. This book assesses the status and evolution of human opportunity in LAC.
Evaluation Reports: Latin America and the Caribbean. This page contains only evaluation reports published after PROGRAMMATIC INDEPENDENT IN-DEPTH EVALUATIONS: National Integrated Programme Paraguay () (in Spanish with English Ex. Summary) Final. Brian Blouet was educated in Britain and taught at the University of Sheffield before coming to the USA and teaching at the University of Nebraska, Texas A&M University, and the College of William and Mary in Virginia. Olwyn M. Blouet is the author of Latin America and the Caribbean: A Systematic and Regional Survey, 7th Edition, published by by: Strengthening Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean Douglas Horton & Gerdien Meijerink, ISNAR Summary Title: Strengthening Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean Duration: From to , the project focused on training in planning, monitoring and evaluation. Impact evaluation of SME programs in Latin America and Caribbean (English) Abstract. This report is the product of a research project rigorously evaluating the net impacts of participation in small and medium enterprise (SME) programs in four Latin American countries, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, and by:
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean. Paris: Unesco, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, . This report was co-funded by research grant from the World Bank's research committee for a regional study evaluating Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Support Programs in Latin America and support from the poverty reduction and economic management division of the Latin America and Caribbean Region of the World Bank. "Latin America and the Caribbean is well written, comprehensive, and systematic. It also has great illustrations. Clawson has helmed the textbook through many editions. He has a wonderfully broad perspective on the discipline and provides comprehensive coverage."- 3/5(2). In , we expanded this event to reach other countries in the Latin America. In , in conjunction with the inaugural gLOCAL Evaluation Week, more than institutions hosted events and we reached an audience of o people in 14 Latin American countries (see CLEAR LAC's Memories Book).