Daniel is a Research Director in NatCen’s Evaluation team where he specialises in the design of experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations.
He is experienced in theory based and mixed-method evaluation approaches. He also has methodological expertise in systematic review, evidence mapping and other evidence synthesis approaches.
Daniel previously worked at the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation where his research focussed on the effectiveness of development programmes in lower- and middle-income countries. Substantive topics of research included education, agriculture, public health and governance.
Daniel is also an Associate Editor at the Campbell Collaboration, a group promoting systematic reviews and other evidence synthesis for evidence-based policy and practice.