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Performance Audit Handbook

Routes to effective evaluation

Published Oct 28, 2010

Edited by Tom Ling, Lidia Villalba van Dijk

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The Performance Audit Handbook provides a first-stop shop for anyone interested in the theory and practice of delivering performance audits. It is intended for: evaluators working to support accountability and learning in the public sector; those seeking to commission or use such services; and researchers interested in the unfolding practice of evaluating in the public interest.

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