Lessons We Can Draw From “Non-significant” Results
Lessons We Can Draw From “Non-significant” Results September 24, 2019 When public servants perform an impact assessment, they expect the results to confirm that the policy’s impact on beneficiaries meet their expectations or, otherwise, to be certain that the intervention will not solve the problem. Null or “statistically non-significant” results tend to convey uncertainty, despite having the potential to be equally informative.

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