Evaluation: A Systematic Approach

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Author Index
Abt Associates, 92
Abt, C.C., 300
Alt, F.B., 207
American Management Systems, Inc., 140
Anderson, A., 112
Armor, D., 35, 229, 230
Augustin, M.S., 166
Augustini, G., 306
Babbie, E.R., 112
Barnow. B.S., 124
Bauer, R., 110
Bennett, C.A., 192
Berk, R.A., 28, 91, 208, 222, 232, 295, 296
Bernstein, I., 22, 25, 121, 297
Blalock, A.B., 165
Blalock, H.M., 165, 184
Bogart, L., 217, 218
Bohrnstedt, G., 168, 170
Boruch, R.F., 25, 124, 185, 192, 204
Bozzo, R.N., 136
Bridges, W., 219
Bruce, C., 249
Bussery, A., 271
Cain, G.G., 124, 196
Campbell, A., 110, 111
Campbell, D.T., 24, 42, 124, 172, 192, 194, 204, 212, 288
Carlson, D.B., 125
Carney, J., 250
Carnoy, M., 276
Caro, F.G., 25
Cernea, M., 149
Chakravarti, A., 265
Chelimsky, E., 21
Chen, H., 12
Ciarlo, J.A., 121
Cicirelli, V., 133
Coffman, C., 12
Cohn, E.J., 268, 272
Coleman, J.A., 35
Conlisk, J., 267
Conner, R., 185
Conover, C.J., 274, 275
Converse, P., 110, 111
Cook, T.D., 42, 124, 126, 192, 196, 291
Costner, H., 72
Cox, G.B., 302
Crane, J.A., 286
Crone, C.D., 238
Cruze, A.M., 107
Cutright, P., 219, 220, 256
Datta, L.E., 132
Dentler, R.A., 237
Deutsch, S.J., 207
Development Associates, 234
Diaz-Guerrero, R., 47, 186
Dickson, W., 176
Dodd, S.C., 21
Dorfman, R., 263
Durham, R.L., 170
Eidson, B.K., 232
Elliott, D.C., 95
Elmore, R., 79, 121
Erlebacher, A., 204
Fair, J., 56, 190
Fairweather, G.W., 42, 194
Feaster, J.G., 127
Federal Statistical System, 110
Ferriss, A., 111
Festinger, L., 71
Fisher, R.A., 184

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