How to do a good systematic review of effects in international development: a tool kit

by Hugh Waddington, Howard White, Birte Snilstveit et al.
Journal of Development Effectiveness, Vol. 4, Issue 3, 2012 – Special Issue on Systematic Reviews

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This is a ‘how to’ guide to undertake systematic reviews of effects in international development. It offers a synthesis of literature relating to the effectiveness of particular development interventions. The remit includes determining the review’s questions and scope, literature search, critical appraisal, methods of synthesis including meta-analysis, and assessing the extent to which generalisable conclusions can be drawn using a theory-based approach.

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