Evaluation Research in the Political Context: Sixteen Years and Four Administrations Later
by Carol Weiss — 1991
When the editors invited me to review my 1973 paper on the politics of program evaluation, it sounded like an engaging idea. In the doing, it turned out to be much less fun. There were two possibilities: that I'd changed my mind considerably (which would make me look skittish and unreliable) or that I still believed the things I'd written (which would suggest I hadn't learned much).
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