|Title||Sustainable development, evaluation and policy-making : Theory, practise and quality assurance|
|Author||edited by Anneke von Raggamby and Frieder Rubik|
|Imprint||Cheltenham : Edward Elgar, 2012|
|Descript||xxii, 313p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction. -- Understanding sustainability evaluation and its contributions to policy-making. -- How to select policy-relevant indicators for sustainable development. -- Should evaluation be revisited for sustainable development? -- A basic roadmap for sustainability assessments: the SIMPLE methodology. -- Political challenges in policy-level evaluation for sustainable development: the case of trade policy. -- Integrated approaches for Ex-Ante impact assessment tools: tje example of land use. -- Politics of (Non-)knowledfe: problems of evaluation, validity and legitimacy. -- How informed should decisions be? -- Impact assessment in the European Union: the continuation of politics by other means? -- Science- policy interface and the role of impact assessments in the case of biofuels. -- Indicators as an appraisal technology: framework for analysing the policy influence of the UK energy sector indicators. -- Quality requirements for sustainable evaluations. -- Bellagio SusTainability Assessment and Measurement Principles (BellagioSTAMP) - significance and examples from international environment outlooks. -- Evaluation quallity in the context of sustainability. -- Developing and mapping a continuity for evaluating sustainable development.
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