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Characterizing California Electric Vehicle Consumer Segments

Slides from Evaluation 2016 session Abstract: California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP) is intended to contribute to plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) market development by making PEV purchases and leases more financially appealing for consumers who otherwise would not opt to acquire a...

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Electric Vehicle Rebates in Disadvantaged Communities: Evaluating Progress with Appropriate Comparisons

Slides from Evaluation 2016 session Abstract: Recent equity-focused legislation in California requires programs funded by cap-and-trade revenues to spend certain percentages within predefined “disadvantaged communities” (DACs). In contrast to project-investment programs, evaluating consumer...

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Evaluating the Connecticut Dealer Incentive for Electric Vehicle Sales

Slides from Evaluation 2016 session Abstract: Dealers are sometimes perceived to be an impediment to sales of electric vehicles (EVs). They face a variety of hurdles that must be overcome, including: increased salesperson training requirements in the face of high employee turnover, increased...

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Innovative Ways to Represent a Theory of Change

This PowerPoint is from the session Sara Vaca and I presented at the AEA 2016 Conference entitled " Innovative Ways to Represent a Theory of Change." Please feel free to contact either of us by email (info provided on last page of slide deck) for purposes of discussion or attribution. ...

Presenting ToC - Dhillon Vaca FINAL Oct 2016.pptx

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Eval 2016 Presentation: Taking Most Significant Change Further

This session discussed pairing Most Significant Change (MSC) with Participatory Video (PV). The file contains slides from the presentation as well as links to video reports about the process from the Mandela Washington Fellowship's PV/MSC evaluation, as well as links to further resources. ...

AEA 2016 MSC presentation.pdf

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Tools for Theory of Change Analysis of Environmental Programs

Theory of Change Analysis (ToC analysis) is a key instrument for verification of a project logic and assessment of project results. It is a crucial element of evaluation required by multilateral agencies and international organizations, for instance, UNEP, UNDP, and WWF The trainers use a...

AIMS presentation_AEA 2016_final.pptx

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Integrating Evaluation & Learning in Foundations Amidst Organizational Changes (Eval 2015, Session 1289)

Jamie Schenker, The California Wellness Foundation Rosanna Tran, The California HealthCare Foundation Session Abstract: Executive leadership transitions, establishing and implementing new strategies, and changes in organizational structure are a part of all foundations’ lifecycles....

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Eval13: Panel Session 89 - Using a Program-Theory Model to Create a Curriculum Rubric, Assess Leadership and Inform a Theory of Change

This panel looks at how a program-theory model has been developed and used in an evaluation of an initiative designed to transform schools by assisting high schools in the development of 12th-grade capstone courses in math and science. We highlight the program model from which we have designed a...

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Eval13: Panel Session 504 - Challenges in Measuring the Impact of Global Climate Change Interventions to Increase Resilience to Rare and Unpredictable Events

AEA Conference in Washington, DC 2013 Presentation by: David Hemson, Ph.D., Senior Evaluator Global Climate Change Monitoring and Evaluation Project Development and Training Services (dTS) Contact: #GlobalClimateChange #2013Conference #ClimateChange #evaluation

GCCME AEA HEMSON 2013 10 30.ppt