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Keynote Speakers

EES is excited to welcome the following keynote speakers to its 14th Biennial Conference

Hans Bruyninckx

Hans Bruyninckx is the Executive Director of the European Environment Agency in Copenhagen. Over the last 20 years, he has conducted and managed policy-oriented research in the areas of environmental politics, climate change, and sustainable development. He was responsible for research in the domains of policy evaluation, monitoring and reporting, methodology development, environmental policy integration, and more recently also on long-term transition policies.


Estelle Raimondo 

Estelle Raimondo, PhD is a Senior Evaluator at the Independent Evaluation Group where she leads evaluations and advises teams across IEG on methodological design and innovations. With ten+ years of experience in development evaluation, she is a faculty member of the International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) and serves on the board of the European Evaluation Society. Her research has been published in several internationally peer-reviewed journals and manuscripts. She received her PhD in evaluation research from the George Washington University.


Peter Dahler-Larsen 

Peter Dahler-Larsen is Professor at the Department for Political Science at University of Copenhagen, where he is the leader of the Centre for Research on Evaluation, Measurement and Effects (CREME). He is past President of the EES, an honorary member of the Danish Evaluation Society and author of “The Evaluation Society” (Stanford University Press 2012) and “Quality: From Plato to Performance” (Palgrave 2019). He edited “A Research Agenda for Evaluation” (Elgar 2021).


Dan Honig 

Dan Honig, author of the influential 2018 book “Navigation by Judgment: Why and When Top-Down Control of Foreign Aid Won't Work”, is associate professor of public policy at University College London's School of Public Policy/Department of Political Science. His research focuses on the relationship between organizational structure, management practice, and performance in developing country governments and organizations that provide foreign aid. He is a non-resident fellow at the Center for Global Development & a fellow of Harvard's Building State Capability Program, amongst other affiliations; in 2021 he was named one of the 100 most influential academic in Government by Apolitical. Outside the academy Dan’s worked with developing country governments, development partners, and/or NGOs in East Timor, India, Israel, Liberia, Somalia, South Sudan, and Thailand.


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