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Agtrans Research (2006)The Sugar Research & Development Corporation (SRDC) required benefit-cost analyses (BCAs) to be undertaken on six of their recently completed investments. Information from the original project proposal, milestone reports, ...
Agtrans Research; eSYS Development (1998)The study undertaken for BSES, SRDC and SRI has established that the investment of resources in RD&E is effected in a manner that is providing significant benefits to the sugar industry. This has been demonstrated through ...
Agtrans Research; McColl Carey Associates (1993)This report presents the results of an evaluation of the impact of the SRC and the SRDC since the formation of the SRC in November 1987. The study was initiated by the SRDC in response to their commitment to undertake an ...
Agtrans Research; AGEC Consulting (2007)The Managing Climate Variability Program (MCVP) managed by Land and Water Australia (LWA) is scheduled to be completed by June 2007. In accord with LWA policy, the impact of the program required assessment and the impacts ...
Agtrans Research (2010)An impact evaluation framework encompasses a cohesive structure for evaluating research investment at project, program and portfolio levels with accountability as the prime purpose. An impact framework would normally ...
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