As Head of International at NatCen, Daniel leads NatCen’s portfolio of work relating to research projects with a focus outside of the UK.
As Head of Evaluation, Daniel oversees NatCen’s evaluation work and leads on the design of experimental and quasi-experimental impact evaluations and feasibility studies.
He also has expertise in mixed-methods evaluation approaches, logic model and theory of change, and process evaluation methods, as well as an interest in theory-based evaluation. He co-authored a paper exploring casual attribution through theory-based evaluation in 2012. He also leads NatCen’s evidence synthesis work and has expertise in systematic review, meta-analysis, rapid review and evidence mapping work.
Substantive areas of Daniel’s research expertise include education, crime and justice, transport, 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.