The Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) organized an international conference on ‘Evaluating the Complex’ from 29-30 May 2008 in Oslo, Norway. Speakers included Howard White (International Initiative on Impact Evaluation); Patricia Rogers (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology); Michael Q. Patton (Director of Utilization-Focused Evaluation and Former President of the American Evaluation Association), among others.

Michael Quinn Paton’s keynote ‘Evaluating the Complex’ can be downloaded here

BenRamalingam’s workshop presentation ‘Evaluation and the Science of Complexity’ can be found on the Outcome Mapping Learning Community Resources Page

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About Ben Ramalingam

I am a researcher and writer specialising on international development and humanitarian issues. I am currently working on a number of consulting and advisory assignments for international agencies. I am also writing a book on complexity sciences and international aid which will be published by Oxford University Press. I hold Senior Research Associate and Visiting Fellow positions at the Institute of Development Studies, the Overseas Development Institute, and the London School of Economics.

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