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  • Mackie, H., Woodward, A., Witten, K., Smith, M., Field, A., Macmillan, A., Hosking, J., Baas, P., Hawley, G., Wild, K., Hirsch, L., Hodgson, R. (2019). Healthy Future Mobility Synthesis Report. Mackie Research and Consulting.
  • McKegg, K. (2019). White Privilege and the Decolonization Work Needed in Evaluation to Support Indigenous Sovereignty and Self-Determination. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, 34(2), 357–367
  • King, J. (2019). Evaluation and Value for Money: Development of an approach using explicit evaluative reasoning. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Melbourne. 
  • King, J. (2019). Combining multiple approaches to valuing in the MUVA female economic empowerment program. Evaluation Journal of Australasia, 19(4), 217–225.




  • Eoyang, G., & Oakden, J. (2016). Adaptive evaluation: Synergy between complexity theory and evaluation practice. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 18(3–4). doi:10.emerg/10.17357.e5389f5715a734817dfbeaf25ab335e5.
  • King, J. (2016). Using Economic Methods Evaluatively. American Journal of Evaluation. April 29, 2016
  • King, J. & Guimaraes, L. (2016). Evaluating value for Money in international development: the Ligada female economic empowerment programme. Evaluation Matters, Third quarter, 2016. Africa Development Bank
  • Sullivan, C. (2016). Justice and the IDI: Initial uses, future plans, and the importance of collaborationPresentation to symposium at MSD in Wellington (Using Integrated Data for Social Sector Policy and Practice).


  • McKegg, K., Wehipeihana, N., Becroft, M., & Gill, J. (2015). Developmental Evaluation’s Role in Supporting Community-Led Solutions for Māori and Pacific Young People’s Educational Success: The ASB Community Trust Māori and Pacific Education Initiative. In Patton, M.Q., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (Eds.), Developmental Evaluation Exemplars: Principles in Practice (pp. 125–142). New York: Guilford Press
  • Morris, M. & Sullivan, C. (2015). The impact of sentencing on adult offenders’ future employment and re-offending - community work versus fines. Wellington, New Zealand Treasury Working Paper 15/04
  • Patton, M.Q., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (2015). Developmental Evaluation Exemplars: Principles in Practice. New York: Guilford Press
  • Wehipeihana, N., McKegg, K., Thompson, V., & Pipi, K. (2015). Cultural Responsiveness through Developmental Evaluation: Indigenous Innovations in Sport and Traditional Maori Recreation. In Patton, M.Q., McKegg, K., & Wehipeihana, N. (Eds.), Developmental Evaluation Exemplars: Principles in Practice (pp. 25–44). New York: Guilford Press





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