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NN47 Policy Brief

By:NORRAG
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1-2  

Foreword,

Kenneth King, NORRAG
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2-5  

Editorial: Valuing Aid to International Education and Training,

Kenneth King, NORRAG
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7-8  

Value for Money in Education,

Chris Winch, Kings College London
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9-12  

A ‘Value for Money’ Approach to International Education Development: Moral and other Difficulties in Assessing Social Policy Outcomes,

Mark Mason, Hong Kong Institute of Education
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12-14  

Deducing Priorities: A Singerian Approach to Unpacking Value for Money,

Trey Menefee, The University of Hong Kong
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14-15  

The Complex Alchemy of Educational Change,

Jonathan Jansen, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein
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16-18  

The Unbearable Lightness of Evidence-Based VET Practice,

Simon McGrath, University of Nottingham
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20-21  

From the GMR to UNESCO to Education Results for Development,

Nick Burnett, Results for Development Institute, Washington
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22  

Rethinking Aid Evaluation,

Naonobu Minato, ODA Evaluation Division, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan
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23-24  

Beyond Results to Impact,

Howard White, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), New Delhi
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25-30  

Evidence-Based, Politically Savvy Ways of Doing Development Aid,

Owen Barder, Centre for Global Development, London
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30-32  

Do we Need an Institute for the Study of Development Fads?,

David Ellerman, University of California at Riverside
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32-35  

The Trend for Donors to Treasure (and Fund) what can be Measured,

Birger Fredriksen, Consultant (formerly World Bank), Washington
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35-37  

DFID’s Use of Evidence: Achieving Value for Money Through Knowing ‘What Works’,

Alison Girdwood, DFID, East Kilbride, Scotland
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38-44  

DFID, Education ODA and Value for Money: A Commentary,

Robert Palmer, NORRAG, Amman
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45-47  

The Busan Discourse on Results, Effectiveness, Impact, and Value for Money: what do they Mean for Emerging Donors?,

Soyeun Kim, University of Leeds & Re-shaping Development Institute, S. Korea
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47-48  

The Risks of a Results Agenda,

Rosalind Eyben, Institute of Development Studies, at University of Sussex
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48-50  

UNESCO and the Results Agenda: What Time-Frames Apply?,

Alexandra Draxler, Independent consultant, Paris
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52-54  

Results and Value-for-Money: from Results 1.0 to Results 2.0,

Simon Maxwell, Overseas Development Institute, London
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55-56  

The Aid Industry is Threatening Partner Countries with its ROD… Results Obsession Disorder,

Marcus Leroy, formerly Belgian diplomat, De Pinte, Belgium
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57-59  

Old Discourse, New Vocabulary; Value for Money,

Bjorn H. Nordtveit, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
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59-60  

Whose Development Results Count?,

Fred Carden, International Development Research Centre, Ottawa
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61-62  

Securing Value for Money: A Results Focus for Danish Development Aid?,

Mogens Jensen, Consultant, Copenhagen
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63-64  

Does Value for Money have a Place in Capacity Development for Education?,

Jan Fransen, VVOB
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65-66  

Obtaining more Value for Money in Educational Development Projects through the Use of Assessed and Contractually Binding Indicators Relating to Skills Transfer,

Stephen Vardigans, Education and Training Consultant, Dhaka
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67-68  

A Results-Based Replenishment of the Fast Track Initiative - Now the Global Partnership for Education (GPE),

Charles Tapp, Global Partnership for Education, Washington
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68-71  

EC Grant Support to Education in Partner Countries Viewed from a VfM Perspective: Some Insights from a Recent Evaluation ,

Wim Biervliet, Circle Education Consultancy, The Hague
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71-74  

Aid’s Impact on Education Outcomes,

Abby Riddell, Associate Consultant, Mokoro, Ltd., Oxford
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74-76  

Financing Corruption? Aid Money and Teachers’ Practices in Cambodia,

Mitsuko Maeda, Osaka Jogakuin University, Japan
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76-78  

Results Based Aid – a New Aid Label or Potential for More Impact,

Stephan Klingebiel, German Development Institute, Bonn
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80-82  

NGOs and the Results Agenda: Unrealistic Expectations or a Blessing in Disguise?,

Karl Hughes, Oxfam, Oxford
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82-83  

Community Self-Help in the Face of the Measurement Challenge: The value of food-for-learning,

Hiroaki Nagaoka, Community Action Development Organisation (CanDo), Tokyo
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84-84  

The Impact Agenda and NGOs: Results for Whom and for What?,

Rachel Hayman, INTRAC, Oxford
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86-88  

External Aid Effectiveness: Value for Money and Measurable Results The Case of Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE),

Josephine Munthali, FAWE, Nairobi
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90-92  

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Education,

Caitlin Tulloch, J-Pal, MIT, Cambridge, USA
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93-96  

Demonstrating Results in Ghana’s Skills Development System,

Robert Palmer, NORRAG, Amman
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96-97  

Impact of Agency Results Policies on Research Priorities,

Donald Kasongi, Agency for Cooperation in Research and Development, Tanzania
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98-99  

Results in Evaluations – Some Practical Issues ,

Rashmi Agrawal, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, New Delhi
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100-101  

Measuring Value for Money in Education System Reform for Knowledge-based Development in Qatar,

Wes Schwalje, London School of Economics
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102-103  

Donors and ‘Value for Money’ Impositions: South Africa’s Exceptionalism in Research Development and International Cooperation in Higher Education,

Mary Goretti Nakabugo, School of Education, Univ. of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
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104-107  

Performance Driven Skills in South Africa: The Artisan Numbers Game Interrogated!,

Salim Akoojee, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
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109-111  

NORRAG’s own Exploration of its Value for Money,

Kenneth King and Robert Palmer, NORRAG
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112  

A NORRAG Blog to Improve Connections and Interactions amongst Members?,

Stéphanie Langstaff, IHEID & NORRAG
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113  

Conference on “Policy Transfer in Vocational Skills Development Revisited”,

Marcus Maurer, University of Zurich, Zurich
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