On the occasion of the sixty-fifth birthday of I. L. Horowitz, a group of his mentors, colleagues, and students have come together to examine his work, and also engage in his writings. The work is divided into the major areas of Horowitz's efforts: Theory of Social Practice, The Sociology of Politics, Social Research and Professional Ethics, Nation-Building and Development, Cuba, the Caribbean and Communism; Religion, Culture and the Jewish Enigma, and a final segment on Publishing and the Craft of Writing. For more information, click here to go to the International Evaluation Research Group web site.
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About the Author
Ray C. Rist was a senior evaluation officer in the World Bank for many years. He has served as university professor at Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, and George Washington University. In addition, he is the editor for Transaction’s Comparative Policy Evaluation series.