This paper details the multiple factors that must be taken into account in assessing a programs chances of being successfully replicated, and investigates the various dimensions of replicability -- the program, the process, and the market. The dimensions of replicability represent a systematic method for parsing the opportunity that arises when a program model appears ready for broader implementation.
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Title: Replicating Programs in Social Markets
Publication date 1998-08-01
Publication Year 1998
, social sector
, social programs
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