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What does good economic analysis look like?

This seminar will explore different approaches to economic analysis addressing both the challenges and benefits.
When Jun 13, 2016
from 03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
Where Kingston Smith LLP, Devonshire House, 60 Goswell Road London EC1M 7AD
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Contact Phone 020 7620 4862
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Economic analysis of impact is important to make sure we are using resources as effectively as possible, and the charity sector is under pressure to produce estimates of what value is bring created for every pound invested. But in the rush to work out your ratio, is value being misrepresented? It is hard to do good economic evaluation, and good data on outcomes is essential.

This seminar, in partnership with Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management, will explore:

  • The different types of economic analysis and their pros and cons, including cost-benefit analysis and social return on investment
  • The type of data you need to be able to undertake good economic analysis
  • How organisations have approached it and the challenges and benefits they experience

The event will be chaired by Anne Kazimirski, Head of Measurement and Evaluation at NPC and delegates will hear from speakers including:

  • Karl Leatham
  • Joelle Bradly, Evaluation and Impact Manager, Barnardo’s

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