A Comparison of Policy Evaluation Systems: The Principles
In This article, applying comparative analysis, we examine experiences of nine developed and developing countries to understand common principles of policy evaluation systems. The findings are: 1. political willing and bureaucratic demand for evaluation, 2. capacity building for evaluation, 3. involving effectiveness, efficiency and impact measures in policy evaluation system, 4. using performance indicators, 5. policies of reward and punishment towards performance outcomes, 6. using both internal and external evaluations, 7. existing a coordinating institution of policy evaluation system, 8. the ownership sense of executors towards evaluation findings, 9. publishing evaluation reports, 10. gradual progress of evaluation types and methods.
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