Social and natural systems generally contain parameters that cannot be evaluated directly, or require datasets that are very resource-intensive to collect.
Using advanced analytics and drawing extensively on secondary data sources, we can model the impact of policies and programmes on society and the environment. With such techniques, it is also possible to simulate different interventions and effects under different circumstances. This can provide valuable predictive insights for decision-makers.
Evaluation of the development impact of British International Investment’s infrastructure portfolio
In developing and emerging markets, investments in infrastructure, such as renewable energy, roads, ports and telecoms, can...
Evaluating the impact of reintegration assistance provided under the EU-IOM Joint Initiative in the Horn of Africa region
Migration is a growing reality for millions of people across the globe. In 2017, IOM (International Organization for...