What have we learned after ten years of systematic reviews in international development?

Resource type
Journal Article
Authors/contributors
Title
What have we learned after ten years of systematic reviews in international development?
Abstract
The paper discusses the role of systematic evidence in helping make better decisions to reach global development targets. Coming at the end of the first decade of serious funding and support for systematic evidence generation in development economics and development studies, the paper presents opportunities and challenges for the continued development of systematic review methodologies. It concludes by introducing the papers collected in the issue, which make and demonstrate the case for theory-based approaches to evidence synthesis.
Publication
Journal of Development Effectiveness
Volume
10
Issue
1
Pages
1-16
Date
2018-01-02
Language
en
ISSN
1943-9342, 1943-9407
Accessed
07/04/2018, 21:01
Library Catalog
CrossRef
Extra
shortDOI: 10/gf5f7j
Citation
Waddington, H., Masset, E., & Jimenez, E. (2018). What have we learned after ten years of systematic reviews in international development? Journal of Development Effectiveness, 10(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/19439342.2018.1441166