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EVAL2014: Automated Research Impact Assessment

Presented in Session 1277. As federal programs are held more accountable for their research investments, The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) has developed a new method to quantify the impact of our funded research. In this paper, we will review traditional...

ARIA for AEA 10-17-14.pdf



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Evaluating the Role of Peer Counselors in Trauma-Informed Care for Veterans

These are from the poster session at AEA 2013. #Alcohol,DrugAbuse,andMentalHealth #QualitativeMethods #2013Conference #Research,Technology,andDevelopmentEval

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Eval12 Session 956: From Outputs to Impacts: Emerging Approaches to Track Scientific Research Impacts

Evaluators of scientific research programs have several tools to document and analyze products of scientific research, but few tools exist for exploring and capturing the impacts of such research. Understanding impacts is beneficial because it fosters a greater sense of accountability and...

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Eval12 Session 731: Organizational Funding Portfolios and Beyond: Assessing the Full Research Landscape

Presentation materials and supporting documentation for panel session 731: Organizational Funding Portfolios and Beyond: Assessing the Full Research Landscape Abstract:How can large research funding organizations best guide their investment decisions and effectively collaborate and coordinate...

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Eval12 Session 611: Beyond surveys - the research frontier moves to the use of administrative data to evaluate R&D grants

The paper presents results from an evaluation of publicly-funded R&D assistance provided to New Zealand firms. One of the features of the evaluation is the use of the Longitudinal Business Database (LBD) which contains high quality and comprehensive firm-level data. Presentation Abstract:...

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Eval12 Session 776: Lessons Learned from the Use of Economic Impact Analysis and Partial Benefit-Cost Analysis in Evaluations of Science and Technology Research Grants Programs

Decision makers often want evaluators to assess the economic impact of their science and technology research grants programs. Ultimately, they want to know which type of funding mechanism provides the best value for money. There are different approaches evaluators can use to assess economic...

AEA 2012 - EIA and PBCA (final).pdf