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Evaluation Framework of Development Partnership Reconsidered: A Case of Developmental Public Private Partnership (DPPP) of South Korea

Hyuk Sang Sohn 1 강경재 2

1경희대학교
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ABSTRACT

Despites Development Public-Private Partnership’s importance and popularity in international development, evaluations on the partnership has not produced sufficient evidence of partnership’s synergy on intended outcome of the project. The authors argued one of reasons for such lack of evidence is that existing evaluation framework for Development Public-Private Partnership often did not fully appreciate the objective measures of outcome achievement and relied solely on the subjective measures of partnership dimension. Suggested alternative evaluation framework treated partnership as one component of overall project and attempted to connect the logical link between the partnership dimension and delivered outcome. The suggested framework was applied to Indonesia Bogor Chileungsi Socially Disadvantaged Class’ Youth TVET Project, one of KOICA’s Global CSR projects using secondary data. The evaluation framework was able to identify that the synergistic dimension of partnership was missing from the partnership’s theory of change, though the project clearly defined role for each partners involved.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.