EBA, rapporter


Expertgruppen för Biståndsanalys (EBA) är en statlig kommitté med ansvar för att utvärdera och analysera Sveriges internationella bistånd.

Utvärderingar och rapporter

Working paper April 2017: On-going evaluation of Gender Mainstreaming at Sida – First report

Biståndsanalys 2017

2017-08 Research Capacity in the New Global Development Agenda

2017-07 Research aid revisited – a historically grounded analysis of future prospects and policy options

2017-06 Confronting the contradiction – an exploration into the dual purpose of accountability and learning in aid evaluation

2017-05 Local turn of peacebuilding – challenges and opportunities

2017-04 Enprocentmålet – en kritisk essä

2017-03 Animal health in development – it’s role for poverty reduction and human welfare

2017-02 Do Anti-Discrimination Measures Reduce Poverty Among Marginalised Social Groups?

2017-01 Making waves: implications of the irregular migration and refugee situation on official development assistance spending and practices in Europe

Biståndsanalys 2016

Biståndsanalys 2015

Biståndsanalys 2014

2014-01 Randomized Controlled Trials- Strenghts, Weaknesses and Policy Relevance

2014-02 Sweden’s Development Assistance For Health – Policy Options To Support The Global Health 2035 Goals

2014-03 International Party Assistance-What do We Know About the Effects

2014-04 The African Development Bank Ready to Face the Challenges of a Changing Africa

2014-05 Svenskt statligt internationellt bistånd i Sverige – en översikt

2015-01 Rethinking Civil Society and Support for Democracy

2015-02 Utvärdering av svenskt bistånd – en kartläggning

2015-03 Concentration difficulties – An analysis of Swedish aid proliferation

2015-05 Has Sweden injected realism into public financial management reforms in partner countries

2015-06 Private and Public Sectors in Development Cooperation

2015-07 Making development work – the quality of government approach

2015-08 Business and Human Rights in Development Cooperation – Has Sweden Incorporated the UN Guiding Principles?

2015-09 In Search Of Double Dividends From Climate Change Interventions

2016-01 Support to Regional Cooperation and Integration in Africa – What Works and Why

2016-02 Education in Developing Countries – What Policies and Programmes Affect Learning and Time in School

2016-03 Capturing Complexity and Context – Evaluating Aid to Education

2016-04 Swedish Responsibility and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

2016-05 Pathways to Change – Evaluating Development Interventions

2016-06 Vem beslutar om svenska biståndsmedel – En översikt

2016-07 Towards an Alternative Development Management Paradigm

2016-08 Sustaining a Development Policy – Results and Responsibility for the Swedish Policy for Global Development

2016-09 Exploring Donorship – Internal Factors in Swedish Aid to Uganda

2016-10 Swedish Development Cooperation with Tanzania – Has it Helped the Poor?

2016-11 Revitalising the Policy for Global Development

DBB – Going with the Flow or Swimming Against the Current

DBB – The When and Why of Helping Individual and Organizational Decision Making From a Psychological Perspective

DBB – Path Dependent Possibilities of Transformation: Agricultural Change and Economic Development in North and South Vietnam

DBB – Child Education, Child Labor and the Agricultural Economy