The American Journal of Evaluation (AJE) publishes original papers about the methods, theory, ethics, politics, and practice of evaluation. The journal presents peer-reviewed work in and about evaluation, to improve the knowledge base and practice of its readers. Papers published in the journal reflect the diverse intellectual traditions, approaches to practice, and domains of application of the evaluation field.
As the official journal of AEA, Members have complementary access to all current and past issues. Each issue includes sourced articles from peers, book reviews, and method insights. AEA members may opt to receive quarterly new issues of New Directions for Evaluation and the American Journal of Evaluation in hardcopy for approximately $10 extra for 12 months for the two journals.
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Subjective Well-Being, Critical Race Theory, and the Assessment of Measurement Invariance Across Racial Groups
Reviewing Health Service and Program Evaluations in Indigenous Contexts: A Systematic Review
Evaluative Criteria: An Integrated Model of Domains and Sources
When Seeing Is Believing: Generalizability and Decision Studies for Observational Data in Evaluation and Research on Teaching
Tools for Evaluating the Implementation of Complex Education Interventions
All manuscripts should be submitted online. If you have questions or are uncertain about the appropriateness of possible submissions, they are welcome to contact the relevant section editor (see Contribution Categories) or to contact the AJE Editors, Laura Peck and Jori Hall, via email at AJE@eval.org.