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Multiattribute Evaluation



December 1982 | 96 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
As budgets tighten and costs increase, it is becoming even more necessary that workable social programmes are shown to be worthy of support. This book presents one approach to evaluation -- multiattribute utility technology -- which stresses that evaluations should be comparative, and that all the different constituencies served by a programme and its different goals have to be kept in mind.

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ISBN: 9780803900950
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