CEDIL Methods Brief 7

Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?

In the CEDIL Methods brief, ‘Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?’ we identify four types of complex development interventions: long causal chain interventions, multicomponent interventions, portfolio interventions, and system-level interventions. These interventions are characterised by multiple activities, multiple outcomes, multiple components, a high level of interconnectedness, and non-linear outcomes.

This brief is based on the CEDIL Methods Working PaperEvaluating complex interventions in international development.

Suggested citation: Masset, E. (2021). ‘Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?’, CEDIL Methods Brief 7. Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL), London and Oxford. Available at: https://doi.org/10.51744/CMB7

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CEDIL Methods Brief 7

Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?

In the CEDIL Methods brief, ‘Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?’ we identify four types of complex development interventions: long causal chain interventions, multicomponent interventions, portfolio interventions, and system-level interventions. These interventions are characterised by multiple activities, multiple outcomes, multiple components, a high level of interconnectedness, and non-linear outcomes.

This brief is based on the CEDIL Methods Working PaperEvaluating complex interventions in international development.

Suggested citation: Masset, E. (2021). ‘Evaluating complex interventions: What are appropriate methods?’, CEDIL Methods Brief 7. Centre of Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL), London and Oxford. Available at: https://doi.org/10.51744/CMB7

Download CEDIL Methods Brief

Download CEDIL Methods Working Paper 6