Public institutions, government agencies, enterprises, associations, NGOs, and foundations need to evaluate the impact of their activities in order to increase their quality and effectiveness. Working in both Italy and abroad, we employ innovative methodologies for both Monitoring & Evaluation and impact evaluation. Indeed, our approaches contribute to the advancement of applied research and are key in establishing guidelines for policy formulation.
We use multidimensional models and are comfortable performing both quantitative and qualitative analysis. We adopt a participatory approach and take into consideration local context and the specific needs of beneficiaries. Our main activities are:
We can preside over the entire process or focus on a specific phase. This includes:
We organize training opportunities on impact evaluation methodologies and statistical analysis. Three previous editions of the Summer School on Impact Evaluation Methodologies have been made available to students, academics, and professionals in recent years.
Prof. Fabrizia Mealli (University of Florence)
Prof. Mario Biggeri (University of Florence)
We also collaborate with Professor Donald Rubin (Harvard University)
Our team created the EHD (Evaluation of Human Development) methodology, which uses a series of multidimensional indicators – tailored to both the local context and the object of the evaluation – to assess the impact of any given human development project. For more information, please download the EHD Brochure.
Enrico Testi – PhD in Economics and Management of Enterprises and Local Systems