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Research Questions and Methodologies for a Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda PDF

Research Questions and Methodologies for a Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda PDF
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Contributors: Environmental Incentives, LLC

Research tests key assumptions and development hypotheses to enhance the evidence base of USAID’s biodiversity and development programming. A research question is a refinement of a research problem or idea generated from field experience, a review of the literature, or an existing theoretical framework. A good research question identifies clearly what the research will explore. An operationalizable research question provides a link between the statement of a research problem and its translation into a study design. Operationalizing a good question also includes developing testable hypotheses.

Author(s): Environmental Incentives, LLC

Publication Date: 2016

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