We offer training courses both for QuIP data collection and data analysis. If you would be interested in using the QuIP in your work, please get in touch with us using the form on the right.
- The QuIP briefing paper – an accessible methodological guide which outlines the QuIP approach in the context of other similar evaluation methods, the best place to start!
- QuIP and the Yin/Yang of Quant and Qual: How to navigate QuIP visualisations – A paper to be used alongside QuIP reports to help with the understanding of visualisations
- A recorded QuIP presentation – Cautionary tales of complex causation: Qualitative and mixed method impact assessment of climate change and livelihood transformations in Africa
- Social impact investment and the attribution challenge – a CDS workshop report, including a comprehensive inventory of tools available for assessing the social effects of impact investment.
- Managing relationships in qualitative impact evaluation to improve development outcomes: QuIP choreography as a case study. August 2016 Working Paper focusing on the ethical, political and technical implications of the ‘blinding’ and ‘unblinding’ of researchers and respondents in QuIP studies.
- Credible impact evaluation in complex contexts. James Copestake’s article in the journal Evaluation
- Assessing rural transformations: piloting a qualitative impact protocol in Malawi and Ethiopia – James Copestake and Fiona Remnant’s chapter in the book: Mixed Methods Research in Poverty and Vulnerability, Edited by K. Roelen and L. Camfield.
A manual for commissioners and field researchers carrying out QuIP studies, including example questionnaires.