Evaluation and impact assessment

Using a range of evaluation approaches, including handling large amounts of data, simplifying complex arguments and synthesising key messages.

We can support clients using a range of evaluation designs including:

  • Social Return on Investment
  • Economic modelling and analysis
  • Evaluability assessments
  • Qualitative research
  • Contribution analysis
  • Theory-based evaluations

We aim for an analytic, yet readable style. We strongly believe that evaluation findings should be accessible, wherever possible, to a lay person. We have also produced outputs for service users, and are committed to the importance of communicating findings to those who have participated in research.

“We started working with the team at Just Economics over three years ago. We selected them as our strategic partner in this area as, like BT, they were hungry to find the most effective way to account for the social return on our investments. Together we have been on a journey – from the UK to sub-Saharan Africa – to assess the impact of BT’s products and services. Their commitment and dedication has never faltered and they are as challenging and inspiring today as the day we first started working with them.”

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Focus areas

  • Children and young people

  • Climate change and environment

  • Housing and homelessness

  • Health, disability and wellbeing

  • Technology

  • Education, employment and economic development

  • Poverty

  • International development

  • Gender

Who we work with

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