Why are the impacts differentiated across groups of beneficiaries?

What are the key ingredients for a successful/disastrous program/policy?

Impact evaluation studies inform Government agencies and donors of the level of impact each designed program or policy has on its beneficiaries.

MDRI has a group of experts with extensive experience in impact evaluation, especially in designing impact evaluation methodologies using randomization, discontinuity regression, Instrumental Variable method, score matching method and other state-of-the-art techniques. In addition to impact evaluation, our researchers provide in-depth analyses that answer critical questions such as “Why are the impacts differentiated across groups of beneficiaries?” and “What are the key ingredients for a successful/disastrous program/policy?”

Report on 53 Ethnic Minority of Vietnam

OVERVIEW Based on data collected from the Survey on the socio-economic situation of 53 ethnic minorities carried in 2015, this report provided a comprehensive picture of the socio-economic situation of the 53 ethnic minorities (EMs) in Vietnam with overall analyses and assessments on general aspects/profile of the EMs, including: the cultural, medical, educational, etc. characteristics….

OVERVIEW Between 2011 and 2016, Irish Aid provided €30.5 million through Programme 135 to support 400 small-scale community infrastructure projects (such as rural road connections, commune centres, school rooms, clinics, etc.) in nine provinces: Ha Giang, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Dien Bien, Thanh Hoa, Quang Tri, Quang Ngai, Kon Tum and Tra Vinh. The purpose…

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OVERVIEW What will happen to residential demand for electricity if the government of Vietnam wants to increase electricity tariffs to cost recovery, a level estimated at 20 percent above current prices? To answer this research question, a study was conducted to measure the demand elasticity of the electricity consumption in Vietnam and characterize it. The…

Authors: Mekong Development Research Institute (MDRI) research team, Adam Smith International and The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Published: August 2017 Background The Cao Lanh Bridge is part of the Central Mekong Delta Connectivity Project (CMDCP) in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam. The project is located on the boundaries of…

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