con’founding, adj.That which confounds; destroying, confusing, perplexing, amazing, etc.: see the verb.
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The Guardian has published a note by Nick Axford on when a charity might wish to carry out a randomised controlled trial. Axford works for a charity which promotes the use of evidence in designing services for children and families. … Continue reading
The Gini coefficient is used to measure income inequality. It struck me on my way in that it would be great to have something like that for volunteering. Bear with me… John Mohan has used a concept called the “civic core” … Continue reading
A fascinating seminar today on the Big Society – presented by Pete Alcock and Bernard Harris. It made me think about what I would have been doing if I hadn’t e-mailed John Mohan and been sold on the idea of quantitative … Continue reading