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What Would Google Do? Designing Appropriate Social Impact Measurement Systems (2011) « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedDecember 15, 2011
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CategoriesU.S. Publications, New Frontiers in Philanthropy Publications, News, Articles, Presentations, etc., Articles, Authored Articles
Tagsperformance measurement, metrics, social impact

Community Development Investment Review Vol. 7, Issue 2 | Lester M. Salamon.
Enormous progress is being made in the design of metrics to assess the consequences of social interventions. this article discusses four considerations that could be given greater salience in the design of social impact measurement system. The Center is grateful to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco for making this article available.


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