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Completed projects

  1. Project goal:  CEAPP Team was responsible for the evaluation of the projects’ selection system for the activities 2.3.2 and 3.1 o f the Operational Programme Digital Poland (PO PC).
    1/ Scope of analysis: The assessment of the selection criteria: the accuracy of selected criteria in the contects of accomplishing the main goal and the particular goals of the Programme and its instruments, the effectiveness, unequivocal, precision of the selection criteria,

    2/ Analysis and assessment of the accuracy of the planned projects’ selection system – i.e. analysis and assessment of the projects’ selection process i.e. the call of applications (the availability of information, readability and correctness of the call documentation, scope of  documentation required from applicants, the time dedicated for the call for applications, the accuracy of the allocation for the call, administrative potential of the institution implementing the call of application, the effectiveness of the projects’ assessment process (administrative and experts potential, the time dedicated to the assessment and the way the projects are evaluated (panel of experts), analysis of the efficiency and effectiveness of the approval of the application results (the ranking lists).

    The analysis is conducted in the participative model i.e. evaluator is participating in the process of preparation of selection criteria, participates in the assessment of the projects of selection criteria and observes the meetings of entities approving the projects’ selection criteria. Evaluation on the level of the particular activities covered: ex-ante assessment (the evaluation of the projects; selection criteria, call for application documentation and the system of evaluation before the start of the call; ex-post assessment (the evaluation of the functioning of the assessment and selection system within the activity.
  2. Project duration: 1.01.2016 - 17.01.2017
  3. Partners: Fundacja Idea Rozwoju, PAG Uniconsult, IMAPP
  4. Project coordinator: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  5. Contact person: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  6. Team members: dr Seweryn Krupnik, Jan Strycharz
  7. Ordering institution: Ministerstwo Rozwoju
  8. Source of financing: ordered research

Project Coordinator: dr Seweryn Krupnik

Project goal: 

Project goal was to obtain the complex description of the examined PZZJ unit and obtain the knowledge on the potential of 4 selected by the ordering institution examined units:

  1. Familiarizing with experience in the field of evaluation and monitoring,
  2. Recognizing so far experience on the quality management of the own actions and services,
  3. Organization culture of PZZJ units,
  4. Familiarizing with the approach towards the responsibilities and function of PZZJ units.

Experts engaged in the project: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ, dr Seweryn Krupnik, dr Maciej Koniewski, dr hab. Barbara Worek, prof. UJ, mgr Paulina Skórska, Przemysław Majkut, dr Katarzyna Stec

Project report  

  1. Project goal: General goal of the project was to assess the expected impact of the investments co-funded by the Cohesion Policy Programmes in the field of politics in Poland in the programming period 2014-2020.

    The research was conducted on the certain goals, expected outcomes, results and allocation of funds within the operational programmes. Basing on those results, the assessment was performed, taking into consideration to what extent the cohesion policy will help to decrease the differences in development and realization of the essential priorities of the European policy. Analysis were based on desk research as well as in-depth interviews.  
  2. Project duration: 01.12.2015 - 19.09.2016
  3. Partners: ALTUS, PSDB, Idea Rozwoju
  4. Project Coordinator: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  5. Contact person: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  6. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr Konrad Turek, dr Patrycja Antosz, Weronika Felcis
  7. Ordering institution: European Commission 
  8. Source of finansing: badanie zlecone

  1. Project goal
  2. There are few social phenomenon that are long-lasting and well documented as the connection between the socio-economic status and the health condition. Even in the well-developed, wealthy european societies, rich, educated and socially respected live longer and healthier than the people on the lower rungs of the social ladder. What will be the health condition of the people, who change their social position during the lifetime? What consequences for health have the social promotion and degradation?

    These questions are equally important for the societies such as Polish, in which 2/3 of the population changes their social position, economic and class during the life-time. We were looking for the answers to there questions, analysing in the static way data of 7 thousand people aged 45-59 years old. Mathematical analysis were extended with the series of interviews with people, who experiences different kind of mobility down and up the social ladder. 

    We noticed that people who experiences different life-time difficulties, usually represent more similar health condition that members of the classes they joined, than the class they were raised as children. Experience of the promotion to the top of the social ladder had direct positive impact on health, while the social degradation down the social ladder is connected with the damage to health.

    We recognize, that this interdependence can be explained by the feelings of pride and shame, respect and disregard, which we experience in our families, places of work and broader social environment in relation to our successes and failures. Those feelings result in biological processes in our body (such as inflammatory process, level of stress), and they result by the worse and better health condition.

    Our statistical analysis have shown, that the worse health condition is recognized not in those who were raised in lower social classes, but in those who spent the childhool in middle class, and during life time they came down to the lower class. We reported approximately 15% of this people. This phenomenon can be explained in two ways.

    Firstl assumes, that the feeling of failure connected with the social degradation in situation, where many people around advance to the higher position, has strong impact on health condition. Second possible scenario, is that the opposite mechanism worked and the health condition (disability, mental illness, addictions) resulted in social degradation. Analysis performed in the different counties show, that this contrary mechanism genuinely exists, although on to the small extent. This is the next argument in favour of the thesis, that social promotion and degradation, can result in real and measurable impact on our health.

    The support of Swiss Scholarship Fund for young scientists SCIEX enable for the extension of the research, strengthening the quality, anthropological component and performing part of the research in the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute – prestigious Swiss research unit.  

  3. Project duration: 11.03.2014 - 10.03.2016
  4. Project Coordinator: Zuzanna Drożdzak
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, prof. Brigit Obrist, Zuzanna Drożdzak
  6. Source of financing: National Science Centre 

  1. About the project

    Project goal was to improve the legal procedures, as well as enhance the quality of the constituted law in Poland. Main goal of the initiative was to prepare and pilotage the implementation of the innovative model for assessment of the results of regulation based on proofs.

    Within the research part a model of evaluation for socio-economic effects of the implemented regulations was developed. The results of the research was presented in the publication “Assessment of the effects of regulation based on proofs. Model for Poland”. Basing on the performed analysis the practical coursebook was prepared for the public administration “The assessment of the results of regulation based on proofs. Guide for public administration”.

    Implementation part included the preparation and pilotage implementation, within the Polish public administration on the central level, the prepared model in the research and development part. Pilotage was preceded by the series of trainings for the public administration. In the research phase: in-depth interviews were conducted with the departmental clerks and decision makers, CAWI with the OSR teams in departments, case studies of the selected impact from 3 chosen departments.

    Next task for the Jagiellonian University was the preparation of the “Assessment of the effects of regulation based on proofs. Model for Poland”. In the works on each chapter the UJ representant was engaged, however the experts from consortium were also invited. Third last task of UJ is taking care for the Laboratory of Innovation i.e. series of consorcial meetings during the research phase of project, which has to ensure the consistence of the project outcomes.

  2. Project duration: 1.05.2014 - 30.04.2015
  3. Partners: Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Fundacja IDEA Rozwoju, HMR Doradztwo Strategiczne s.c., DCF Consulting Sp. z o. o.
  4. Project Coordinator: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak (po stronie UJ), Dominika Wojtowicz (po stronie Lidera Konsorcjum)
  5. Contact person: Weronika Felcis, Grzegorz Żmuda
  6. Team: Małgorzata Borysławska, Weronika Felcis, prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, Marianna Król, Agnieszka Szklarczyk, dr Piotr Prokopowicz, Grzegorz Żmuda
  7. Ordering institution: Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju
  8. Source of financing: I Konkurs Innowacje Społeczne

  1. Project goal
  2. Main goal of the project was to support the preparation process of evaluation plans of operational programmes for the perspective 2014-2020.
    Specific goals were defined as follows:

    1/ Preparation of the model scheme of preparation and form of evaluation plan of Operational Programme. This is going to be achieved by the pilotage preparation in cooperation with the National Evaluation Unit and appropriate Evaluation Unit of the model evaluation plan for the chosen Programme.

    2/ Preparation in the cooperation with National Evaluation Unit of the project of evaluation plan for the Partnership Agreement for the perspective 2014-2020,

    3/ Starting the expert support in the field of preparing the evaluation plans for the remaining evaluation units functioning within the cohesion policy system on the level of Managing Institution for the Operational Programmes. Within the project apart for the preparation of evaluation plans and the guidelines for its preparation the workshops and consultations will be conducted. Additionally, within the identification of good practice the desk research was performed and in-depth telephone interviews.

  3. Project duration: 09.2014 - 05.2015
  4. Partner: WYG PSDB Sp. z o.o.
  5. Project Coordinator: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak
  6. Contact person: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  7. Team: Stanisław Bienias, Małgorzata Borysławska, prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr Seweryn Krupnik, Rafał Trzciński, dr hab. Barbara Worek, prof. UJ 
  8. Ordering institution: Ministry of Infrastructure and Development 
  9. Source of financing: PO PT 2007-2013

  1. Project goal
    Project SPIN was a proposal of an innovative model of collaboration between the scientists and the entrepreneurs, enabling the commercialization/implementation of the scientific research results conducted in four technologic fields. Project will enable for the better usage of the Malopolska potential. The activities proposed by the SPIN project consist of building of the partnership, relationships, increase of trust, communication, creating the forum for exchanging the information. Four technologic fields covered in the model SPIN were: intelligent energy networks, energy-efficient construction, biotechnology and translational medicine, which at the same time are the areas of smart specialization in the Malopolska Voivodeship.
  2. Project duration: sierpień 2012 do maj 2015
  3. Project Coordinator: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak
  4. Contact person: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr Seweryn Krupnik - merytoryczna koordynacja działań CEAPP, mgr Anna Szczucka - inteligentne sieci energetyczne, dr Dariusz Szklarczyk - budownictwo energooszczędne, dr Karolina Łukasiewicz - biotechnologia, dr Patrycja Antosz - medycyna translacyjna, Małgorzata Borysławska - wsparcie administracyjne w przeszłości, Zuzanna Drożdżak (opiekun obszaru "medycyna translacyjna" od lipca 2012 do lutego 2014)
  6. Ordering institution: Urząd Marszałkowski Województwa Małopolskiego
  7. Source of financing: Program Operacyjny Kapitał Ludzki

  1. Project goal: Main goal of the project was the analysis of the supply of competences from the higher education sector and the demand for those competences from the business institutions operation in branches such as BPO, ITO, power engineering, life science, passive construction, energy saving and selected sectors of the creative industry.
  2. Project duration: marzec 2012-listopad 2014
  3. Project Coordinator: prof. Jarosław Górniak
  4. Contact person: dr Piotr Prokopowicz
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Kossowska, prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr Piotr Prokopowicz, Grzegorz Żmuda, dr Diana Malinowska, Joanna Pyrkosz, dr Katarzyna Jaśko, Marianna Król, Bartłomiej Baryła
  6. Ordering institution: Urząd Miasta Krakowa
  7. Source of financing: Urząd Miasta Krakowa

  1. About the project
    Key objective of the project was the preparation of the concept for the Observatory of Regional Labour Market and the analytical tools (catalogues of indicators, questionnaires) supporting the functioning of this unit. Within the project the analysis of the existing data was performed (catalogues of indicators, reports of other organizations) and the survey research of enterprises for the Observatory needs.

    As the result of the project employers received the concept of Observatory and the tool which would allow it to function. Project strengthen the position of Polish employers and the contacts with government as well as with the other units taking part in social dialogue.
  2. Project duration: marzec 2009 - luty 2011
  3. Project Coordinator: Prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak
  4. Contact person: dr Seweryn Krupnik
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr hab. Barbara Worek, prof. UJ dr Magdalena Jelonek, dr Karolina Keler, dr Seweryn Krupnik
  6. Ordering institution: Pracodawcy RP
  7. Source of financing: Program Operacyjny Kapitał Ludzki

  1. About the project

    Human Capital Study is one of the biggest research study diagnosing the labour market and the supply of competences implemented in Poland and one of the most significant in Europe.
    Main goal of research is to define the demand of the labour market for the concrete competences and showing if those needs can be satisfied with the existing resources.

    The labour market is shown in the most complex way: the demand side are employers, supply – the people active on labour market, entering the labour market (pupils, students and unemployed) as well as in-active.

    The subject of the research is also the surrounding of labour market i.e. institutions and training companies and the education system. In order to avoid the impact of the periodical disruptions and changes characteristic for the labour market, specifically modern, the research are conducted in series – starting in 2010 – currently the 4th edition is conducted.

    The demand for concrete information reported by central and regional institutions of labour market imposed the necessity of covering the research a vast sample. This means that within the project, in each of the research edition the analysis covers: over 16 000 employers, over 17 900 people in working age, over 8000 unemployed registered in district labour offices (Ist edition), over 35 700 pupils from last class of upper secondary schools (Ist and IVth edition), over 33 000 students (Ist and IVth edition), over 20 000 job offers, over 4500 training institutions.

    Additional data completing the findings will be the sources from the Education Information System (System Informacji Oświatowej) and GUS used in analysis of the directions/fields of education in the upper secondary schools and higher education schools.

    Human Capital Study is recognized as trustworthy source of data and knowledge, referenced equally as ESS or Social Diagnosis. It is worth to stress, that the results from the projects are used by the representants of the labour market institutions as well as employers. European Commission was referencing to the BKL findings its publications.

  2. Project duration: 12.2008 - 12.2014
  3. Project Coordinator: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak
  4. Contract person: dr Marcin Kocór, prof. UJ
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr hab. Marcin Kocór, prof.UJ, dr hab. Barbara Worek, prof.UJ, dr Szymon Czarnik, mgr Anna Strzebońska, dr Magdalena Jelonek, mgr Konrad Turek, mgr Anna Szczuka, dr Dariusz Szklarczyk, dr Patrycja Antosz, mgr Krzysztof Kasparek, mgr Mateusz Magierowski, mgr Edyta Pawlus-Sapeta
  6. Ordering institution: Polish Agency for Enterprise Development 
  7. Source of financing: Program Operacyjny Kapitał Ludzki

  1. Project goal:

    Essential idea of this research project was reformulation of the concept of productivity of learning at the University, through adding the social dimension, constructing the set of indicators allowing the monitoring of changes appearing in this productivity, and performing the analysis of this productivity (in particular showing the productivity of teaching) in the higher education school.
    The result of the project was:

    1/ Theoretical model of productivity of learning at the University,

    2/ Set of indicators for its measurement.

  2. Project duration: maj 2008 - maj 2009
  3. Project Coordinator: prof. Jarosław Górniak
  4. Contact person: dr Magdalena Jelonek
  5. Team: prof. dr hab. Jarosław Górniak, dr Magdalena Jelonek
  6. Ordering institution: grant promotorski
  7. Source of financing: Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego

1.    Project goal:

The purpose of the study was to check, if the tutoring conducted with the pupils within the Future Academy (Akademii Przyszłości) influences the change of sense of pupils self effectiveness and to what extent the changes it the organization of preparation of the volunteers to perform the role of tutors and support in performing this role impact the sense of self effectiveness of tutors to work with the pupils.

Key goals:

1/ Assessment of the effects delivered as a result of intervention in scope of increasing the quality of the training-workhop system (the criterium of assessment are the opinions of tutors),

2/ Valuation of the impact of intervention on increasing the qualifications of tutors (the criterium is the change in the sense of self effectiveness of tutors while working with pupils, observed form the beginning till the end of the edition of Future Academy in the school year 2017/18,

3/ Evaluation of the impact of the intervention on increasing the sense of self effectiveness in learning and sense of self value of pupils (criterium of valuation is the change in the level of sense of self effectiveness in learning and sense of self value, observed among the pupils included in the intervention, in comparison to the level of those competences among pupils indicated to take part in Future Academy, but finally not participating in Future Academy in the analogous period.

2. Methods applied: primary research, quantitative and qualitative methods, counterfactual analysis.

3.    Project duration: 12.2016-10.2018

4.    Project Coordinator: Przemysław Majkut

5.    Contact person: Przemysław Majkut, e-mail: przemyslaw.majkut[at]

6.    Ordering institution: Stowarzyszenie WIOSNA

7.    Source of financing: Research commissioned. 

1.   Project goal: 

Scientific goal of the research was to specify the conditions of effectiveness of Tripartite Comission for the Socio-Ecomonic issues as the institution of social dialogue, serving mainly to match the interests of the employees representation with the employers needs.

The idea and the proposal was the study on effects of the actions of the Comission in period 2001-2013 (so called “second Commission”, Gardawski 2009), in particular the effects of preparing the common decisions, legal acts or the compromise (Talos, Kittel 2001).
Using the methods and research techniques proposed in the project, the Coordinator aims to analyse the conditions helping and disturbing reaching the agreement.

The created model will enable to specify the mechanisms of interests representation leading to the positive (agreement) or negative (lack of agreement, suspension of the talks etc.)  effects of actions of the Commission.  
The knowledge of the mechanisms of the effective participation of the representation of interests in the process of creating the public polices will allow to bring the new knowledge to explanation of the current state of social dialogue on the central level in Poland, as well as it can be a starting point for assessment of the  improvement proposal in the Commission.

2.    Research methods applied:

a)  Leading - configuration analysis, introduced by Charles Ragin (Ragin 1987, 2009) "Qualitative Comparative Analysis" (QCA). This method will allow for the analysis of the effects of Commision activities in a broad context of accompanying factors, related both to the dynamics of the impact generation process, as well as to the conditions in the political, social and economic environment;
b)  Auxiliary: current literature review, individual in-depth interviews (approximately 30), expert interviews (4-6) and statistical analysis of existing data.

3.    Project duration: 05.08.2015 - 31.07.2019

4.    Project Coordinator: dr Dariusz Szklarczyk

5.    Contact:

6.    Ordering institution: Narodowe Centrum Nauki

7.    Source of financing: NCN Preludium 8, 2014/2015/N/HS6/0421

1.  Project goal

The research was composed of two modules:
Module I (stage I), “Analysis of the demand for competences of the graduates from Universities, identification of gaps between the needs of the labour market and employers in comparison to educational offers of Universities;

Stage II “Mid-term evaluation of the Competences Development Programme “Cyclical assessment of the impact of NCBiR support within the programmes empowering competences on the professional situation of the graduates included in the support.

Within the research the answer was formulated for two key research questions:

1/ Is the offered support of the Competence Development Programme really decreasing the gap of the competences between the educational offer of Universities and the labour market needs?

2/ What kind of competences and what methods should be strengthen in the next Programmes in order to better match the competences of the graduates with the labour market and employers demands.

2.    Applied methods: Quantitative (survey) and qualitative (IDI, FGI) methods, scenario analysis, counterfactual analysis Quantitative (survey) and qualitative (IDI, FGI) methods, scenario analysis, counterfactual analysis.

3.    Project duration: 07.2018 - 28.03.2019

4.    Project Coordinator: dr Magdalena Jelonek

5.    Contact person: dr Magdalena Jelonek, m.jelonek[at]

6.    Ordering institution: The National Centre for Research and Development 

7.    Source of financing: Ordered reseach study 

Project report 

Materials about the project


Project Coordinator: mgr Katarzyna Lisek
Experts involved in the project realization: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas prof.UJ, mgr Anna Szczucka, mgr Natalia Krygowska-Nowak, Jan Strycharz, mgr Dorota Pawluś, mgr Dorota Micek

Scope of activities within the project:

The subject of the project was the assessment of changes introduced in the system of projects’ selection in activities 4.1.1, 4.1.2, 4.1.4 i 4.2  of POIR Programme form the point of view od quality and innovation of the granted Projects.

Evaluation covered the criteria of project assessment, the solutions for experts assessment, including the selection of experts assessing the projects' applications, specific procedural solutions, administrative potential in the projects’ selection process and the technical aspects of selection criteria construction.

Project Coordinator: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ
Experts engaged in the project implementation: mgr Natalia Krygowska-Nowak, mgr Joanna Kwinta-Odrzywołek, Michał Chrzanowski 
Scope of the project activities:

Performing the evaluation of the Communal Programme of the Social Activity and Senior Integration (PASIOS) for the period  2015-2020.

1/ Interviews with the stakeholders, in-depth interviews, focus group interviews with seniors,

2/ Analysis of the existing data (strategic documents, legal acts, reports)

3/ Preparation of the evaluation report (diagnosis of the activities, preparation of the recommendation for programme).

More information:,artykul,pasios.html

Project Coordinator: mgr Katarzyna Lisek, e-mail: katarzyna.lisek(at)

Experts: dr Seweryn Krupnik, mgr Anna Szczucka, dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas prof. UJ, Małgorzata Komońska, Jan Strycharz

Project duration: 23.04.2019 - 28.02.2020 

About the project: 

Subject of the project was the mid-term evaluation of non-competitive project inno_LAB “Centre for the analysis and pilotage of the new instruments”.
The aim of mid-term evaluation inno_LAB is the evaluation of the accuracy of the model of its realization and real usefulness both project and its particular activities (specifically pilotage aid instruments).

Project Coordinator: dr Seweryn Krupnik 
Experts: dr Maciej Koniewski, mgr Krzysztof Kasparek, mgr Anna Szczucka, mgr Natalia Krygowska-Nowak, mgr Katarzyna Lisek, mgr Paulina Skórska 

Project duration: 20.04.2017 - 10.06.2020

Scope of BRADAR project:

1/ Preparation of the methodological report on evaluation of public aid basing on the Act of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education

2/ Conducting the on-going and mid-term evaluation research, which aims to provide the information on the direct and in-direct effects of the public aid,

3/ Performing the summary of the research.

Project Website:


Reports Bradar NCBiR

Report from on-going evaluation 2019 

Report from on-going evaluation 2017

Final Report BRADAR

Project Coordinator: dr hab. Barbara Worek, prof. UJ

Ordering institution: Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie 

Experts: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ, mgr Joanna Kwinta-Odrzywołek, mgr Natalia Krygowska-Nowak

Scope of activities: Recruitment of the respondents for participation in the research. Conducting trainings for the people responsible for moderating the interviews. Conducting in-depth interviews. Preparation of code instruction and consultation of the instruction with the ordering institution. 

Project title: Expert study on the roots of increased level of relative and absolute poverty in Malopolska 2017-2018 on the bacground situation in Poland

Project Manager: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ 

Experts: prof. dr hab. Tomasz Panek, dr Jan Zwierzchowski, Katarzyna Saczuk

Ordering institution: Malopolska Marshalls Office  

Project duration: 15.01.2020 - 31.12.2020 

Scope of expert study:

1/ The discussion with the Ordering Institution on the expert study design,  
2/ Collaboration and consultations with Malopolska Marshalls Office concerning the content of expert study, 
3/ Participation in expert study presentation and disscusion on the recommendation for Malopolska Region. 

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Project title: Mid-term evaluation of the public state aid PARP in the POIR part 1 

Project Manager: mgr Katarzyna Lisek, e-mail:
Experts engaged in the project implementation: dr Seweryn Krupnik, mgr Anna Szczucka, dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas prof. UJ, Małgorzata Komońska, Jan Strycharz

Project duration: 23.04.2019 - 30.06.2021

Ordering Institiution: Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP) 

Scope of the research: The project planned the evaluation of the State Aid Programme in POIR, in the part dedicated for mid-term evaluation.  

The aim of the evaluation is to assess the positive and negative, direct and indirect effects of the Programme and the detailed state aid instruments, covering: 

1/ Direct influence of the state aid for Beneficiaries of the Programme support, 

2/ Indirect effects of the Programme implementation (both positive and negative), 

3/ The propotion (including the encouraging effect) and the adequacy of the support. 

  1. The aim of the evaluation study was to assess the goals of the support institution - MCPS in Warsaw - are implemented according to the guidelines. The assessment covered the analysis if the support delivered influences the every-day activities of the sample group. 
  2. Project duration:  listopad 2021
  3. Project Director: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ
  4. Contact person: mgr Regina Skiba
  5. Project team: dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, prof. UJ, prof. dr hab. Katarzyna Szczerbińska, dr hab. Hubert Kaszyński, prof. UJ, dr hab. Piotr Bronowski, prof. ASP, mgr Regina Skiba, mgr Natalia Krygowska-Nowak (współpraca Marcin Baumann, Jakub Czerw)
  6. Ordering institution: Mazowieckie Centrum Polityki Społecznej, Wydział Programów Społecznych w Warszawie
  7. Source of financing: badanie zlecone