The ESF 2000-2006 implementation process evaluation

Alberto Vergani, C Lion, P Martini, S. Volpi

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Abstract

The European Social Fund (ESF) implementation process in Italy is presented and discussed using both sociological and policy analysis categories. The complexity of ESF programming is assumed as the main feature characterising its intervention in Italy as well as the plurality of actors (instituions, social parts, public and private suppliers) involved in the implementation process. The link between such complexity and ESF evaluation models and methods is also introduced and discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEES Seville Conference Abstracts and Contributions
Pages1-10
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2003
EventCongresso Annuale della European Evaluation Society: Learning, Theory and Evidence: Three Movements in Contemporary Evaluation - Siviglia
Duration: 10 Oct 200212 Oct 2002

Conference

ConferenceCongresso Annuale della European Evaluation Society: Learning, Theory and Evidence: Three Movements in Contemporary Evaluation
CitySiviglia
Period10/10/0212/10/02

Keywords

  • European Social Fund
  • Fondo Sociale Europeo
  • Implementation process
  • Processo di implementazione

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