The role of context in evaluation studies: Lessons from a process evaluation of integrating health in urban reconstruction

N.E.H. Stappers*, D.H.H. Van Kann, M.W.J. Jansen, S.P.J. Kremers, N.K. De Vries, M.P.M. Bekker

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Abstract

Highlights
Project implementation poses crucial conditions to achieving the intended outcomes.
Political agency influences goal achievement and should be incorporated into CICI.
Design and implementation depend on context, which co-evolve over time.
The distinction between intervention and context is analytical and affects validity.

Original languageEnglish
Article number106365
JournalEnvironmental Impact Assessment Review
Volume82
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - May 2020

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