Surrey’s Dr Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner appointed to the UK Government Evaluation & Trial Advice Panel
Dr Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner has been appointed to the UK Government Evaluation & Trial Advice Panel (ETAP) to support the design and delivery of robust, high-quality evaluation across government.
Managed by the Evaluation Task Force, the Panel provides free advice to government departments and What Works Centres when designing evaluations. Since its launch in 2015, the Panel has advised on over 160 programmes and policies, spanning a range of policy areas including crime, education, employment and more.
Dr Foureaux Koppensteiner joins the Panel as part of the next term of panel members. The appointment is for two years, commencing 1 March 2023, with the opportunity to extend for an additional year.
Dr Martin Foureaux Koppensteiner, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Surrey said:
“The rigorous design of programme evaluations is crucial for strengthening the process of policy making so leading to more efficient public policies. I look forward to my second term on ETAP, continuing to advise on policy evaluations across UK government departments.”
For more information and examples of ETAP's work, see here.
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