Theory, Practise and Quality Assurance
Edited by Anneke von Raggamby and Frieder Rubik
This pathbreaking book contributes to the discourse of evidence-based policy-making. It does so by combining the two issues of policy evaluation and sustainable development linking both to the policy-cycle.
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- Sustainable Development, Evaluation and Policy-Making
- The Authors
- Chapter 1: Understanding Sustainability Evaluation and its Contributions to Policy-Making
- Chapter 2: How to Select Policy-Relevant Indicators for Sustainable Development
- Chapter 3: Should Evaluation be Revisited for Sustainable Development?
- Chapter 4: A Basic Roadmap for Sustainability Assessments: The SIMPLE Methodology
- Chapter 5: Political Challenges in Policy-Level Evaluation for Sustainable Development: The Case of Trade Policy
- Chapter 6: Integrated Approaches for Ex-Ante Impact Assessment Tools: The Example of Land Use
- Chapter 7: Politics of (Non-)Knowledge: Problems of Evaluation, Validity and Legitimacy
- Chapter 8: How Informed Should Decisions Be?
- Chapter 9: Impact Assessment in the European Union: The Continuation of Politics by Other Means?
- Chapter 10: Science-Policy Interface and the Role of Impact Assessments in the Case of Biofuels
- Chapter 11: Indicators as an Appraisal Technology: Framework for Analysing the Policy Influence of the UK Energy Sector Indicators
- Chapter 12: Quality Requirements for Sustainability Evaluations
- Chapter 13: Bellagio SusTainability Assessment and Measurement Principles (BellagioSTAMP) – Significance and Examples from International Environmental Outlooks
- Chapter 14: Evaluation Quality in the Context of Sustainability
- Chapter 15: Developing and Mapping a Community for Evaluating Sustainable Development
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