Electing to Evaluate: A Review of <i>Evaluating Democracy Assistance</i>

  • Jerome Wei
Keywords: democracy assistance, democracy promotion, democratization, program evaluation, experimental methods, international development, book review

Abstract

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Author Biography

Jerome Wei

Jerome Wei, who also goes by Jerry, is a first-year Master of Public Policy candidate at the George Washington University concentrating in program evaluation and quantitative methods. He hopes to foster better institutional learning, planning, and oversight in federal agencies. He graduated from Yale University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After graduating, he worked for four years as a Program Planning Analyst at the National Endowment for Democracy, a foundation that supports democracy and human rights around the world. He enjoys exploring the DC suburbs for Southeast Asian cuisine, going to area book sales, and watching gloomy drama series on HBO.

The reviewer would like to thank Editor-in-Chief Anne Kruse and especially Senior Associate Editor Odia B. Cissé for the time they spent making this book review accurate, coherent, and, frankly, structured like a book review. The reviewer would also like to thank his mentors at Yale, Susan Hyde and Nikolay Marinov, who introduced him to democracy assistance, and his bosses at the National Endowment for Democracy, Georges Fauriol and Myriam Fizazi-Hawkins, who gave him unparalleled opportunities to pursue his professional interests.
Published
2015-05-04
Section
Book Reviews