Running Randomized Evaluations: A practical guide
Rachel Glennerster and Kudzai Takavarasha
For evaluators and practitioners, this book explains how to conduct randomized impact evaluations of social programs in developing countries. Authors review how these evaluations can be a powerful tool for fighting poverty and explore why it is so difficult to measure the causal effects of programs. After explaining the role the evaluator plays in program design, they guide the reader step-by-step through the process of doing a randomized evaluation.