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Day 2 | Cost-ober 2021: The Role of High-Quality Cost Evidence in Impact Evaluation Research

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What can (and can’t) cost estimates from different projects tell us about the costs of future programming? This workshop explored how context and scale impact program cost estimates using real-world data and examples from the International Rescue Committee’s education portfolio. Workshop participants joined in a hands-on exercise to explore the data and generate testable hypotheses, asking, for example, whether digital delivery platforms are more cost-effective than non-digital approaches; or whether the cost efficiency of a program will increase or decrease as a program is brought to scale? This interactive session was co-organized and led by CEGA, J-PAL and the International Rescue Committee (IRC), with Caitlin Tulloch (IRC), Liz Brown (CEGA), and Radhika Bhula (J-PAL) leading the workshop.

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