Editor's Remarks / Un mot de la rédactrice

In reviewing all of the papers included in this issue of the CJPE, I am struck by the fact that all of them, in their own way, focus on people, organizations, and groups. This is not surprising, given that our work as evaluators requires constant contact and communication with stakeholders, clients, managers, and benefi ciaries. This link to others is often what defines our practice and sets us apart from other disciplines. To start us off, Carman and Fredericks co-author a paper on social network analysis, an approach that is gaining traction in our field.

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Book Review: Rosalind Eyben, Irene Guijt, Chris Roche, and Cathy Shutt. (2015). The Politics of Evidence and Results in International Development: Playing the Game to Change the Rules?

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus de livres
Rosalind Eyben, Irene Guijt, Chris Roche, and Cathy Shutt. (2015). The Politics of Evidence and Results in International Development: Playing the Game to Change the Rules?
Bourton on Dunsmore, England: Practical Action Publishing Ltd. Kindle Edition.
(ISBN: 978-1-78044-886-2)

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