Further selected references on ‘systemic evaluation’

The really interesting curation of links in the “collection of systems/complexity links regarding evaluation” https://stream.syscoi.com/2021/01/23/collection-of-systems-complexity-links-regarding-evaluation/
prompts me to add a few more (selected – not complete by any means!) references, if of interest:

Bamberger M, Vaessen J and Raimondo E (2016) Dealing with Complexity in Development Evaluation,
a Practical Approach. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Caffrey L and Munro E (2017) A systems approach to policy evaluation. Evaluation 23(4): 463–78.

Catwell L and Sheikh A (2009) Evaluating eHealth interventions: The need for continuous systemic
evaluation. PLoS Medicine 6(8): e1000126.

Duffy DN (2017) Evaluation and governing in the 21st century: Disciplinary measures, transformative
possibilities. In: Palgrave Studies in Science, Knowledge and Policy. London: Palgrave Macmillan

European Evaluation Society (EES) (2018) 13th European Evaluation Society Biennial Conference,
‘Evaluation for more resilient societies’, Thessaloniki, 1–5 October. Available at: http://www.ees2018.eu/ (accessed 5 January 2020).

Forss K, Marra M and Schwartz R (eds) (2011) Evaluating the Complex: Attribution, Contribution and
Beyond (Comparative Policy Evaluation Series 18). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Gates E (2018) Towards valuing with critical systems heuristics. American Journal of Evaluation 39:

Kusters C, et al (2019) Conference report: Monitoring and evaluation for inclusive and sustainable food
systems. Report WCDI-19-066, Wageningen Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen
University & Research, Wageningen, 3–4 April. Available at: https://edepot.wur.nl/506604
(accessed 5 January 2020).

Mitchell, A (2017) Second-order learning in Developmental Evaluation: new methods for complex conditions. Springer, International Publishing. Kindle Edition. (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-99371-3)

Midgley G (2007) Systems thinking for evaluation. In: Williams B and Imam I (eds) Systems Concepts
in Evaluation, an Expert Anthology. Point Reyes, CA: American Evaluation Association, 11–34

Ofir Z, Singh G, Beauchamp E, et al. (2019) From monitoring goals to systems-informed evaluation:
Insights from SDG14. IEED Briefing, March. Available at: https://pubs.iied.org/17706IIED/
(accessed 5 January 2020).

Patton M (1994) Developmental evaluation. Evaluation Practice 15(3): 311–20.

Patton M (2011) Developmental Evaluation Applying Complexity Concepts to Enhance Innovation and
Use. New York: Guilford Press.

Patton M (2018) Principles-Focused Evaluation. London; New York: Guilford Press.

Patton M (2019) Blue marble evaluation. Available at: https://www.utilization-focusedevaluation.org/
(accessed 5 January 2020).

Piirainen KA, Gonzalez RA and Bragge J (2012) A systemic evaluation framework for futures research.
Futures 44(5): 464–74.

Reynolds M (2015) (Breaking) The iron triangle of evaluation. IDS Bulletin 46: 71–86.

Reynolds M and Schwandt T (2017) Evaluation as public work: An ethos for professional evaluation
praxis. In: UK evaluation society annual conference: The use and usability of evaluation:
Demonstrating and improving the usefulness of evaluation, Evaluation Society, London, 10–11 May.

Reynolds M, Gates E, Hummelbrunner R, et al. (2016) Towards systemic evaluation. Systems Research
and Behavioral Science 33: 662–73.

Reynolds M, Fross K, Hummelbrunner R, et al. (2012) Complexity, systems thinking and evaluation
– An emerging relationship? Evaluation Connections Newsletter of the European Evaluation
Society, 7–9.

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (2019) Scaling solutions toward shifting systems initiative:
Assessing systems change: A funders’ workshop report. Available at: https://www.rockpa.org/wpcontent/
(accessed 5 January 2020).

Schmidt-Abbey, B, Reynolds, M and Ison, R (2020) Towards systemic evaluation in
turbulent times – Second-order practice shift. Evaluation . 26 (2): 205–226.

Schwandt T (2015) Reconstructing professional ethics and responsibility: Implications of critical systems
thinking. Evaluation 21(4): 462–6.

Schwandt T (2019) Post-normal evaluation? Evaluation 25(3): 317–29.

Schwandt T and Gates E (2016) What can evaluation do? An agenda for evaluation in service of an
equitable society. Evaluation for an Equitable Society: 67–81.

Stephens A, Lewis E and Reddy S (2018) Towards an inclusive systemic evaluation of the SDGs:
Gender, equality, environments and marginalised voices (GEMs). Evaluation 24(2): 220–36.

Wadsworth Y (1997) Everyday Evaluation on the Run, 2nd edn. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Allen &

Wadsworth Y (2010) Building in Research and Evaluation. Human Inquiry for Living Systems. Sydney,
NSW, Australia: Allen & Unwin.

Wadsworth Y (2016) Everyday Evaluation on the Run: The User-Friendly Introductory Guide to
Effective Evaluation, 3rd edn. Abingdon: Routledge

Williams B (2013) Three core concepts: Inter-relationships, perspectives, boundaries. In: Evaluation
connections: Newsletter of the European evaluation society, June 2013, 7–8.

Williams B and Hummelbrunner R (2009) Systems Concepts in Action, a Practitioner’s Toolkit.
Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books.

Williams B and Imam I (eds) (2007) Systems Concepts in Evaluation, an Expert Anthology. Point Reyes,
CA: American Evaluation Association.