Access to Articles
In order to benefit members of the CES, the three most recent issues of the Journal are reserved for members-only; all other Journal content is open access and available to non-members.
Non-members wishing to purchase individual Journal articles from the three most recent issues may do so by contacting the CES Secretariat (email@example.com) for a fee of $20.
Current issue, vol. 30, number 1, Spring 2015 (reserved to members)
Vol. 29, number 3, Special issue 2014 (accessible by all)
Vol. 29, number 2, Fall 2014 (reserved to members)
Abstracts and full texts, volume 1 to issue 29-1 (accessible by all)
The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation seeks to promote the theory and practice of program evaluation. To this end CJPE publishes full-length articles on all aspects of the theory and practice of evaluation and shorter Evaluation Practice Notes which share practical knowledge, experiences and lessons learned. A third section of the journal, Addressing Challenges in Evaluation Practice, presents real-life cases written by evaluation practitioners. The journal has a particular interest in articles reporting original empirical research on evaluation. CJPE is a completely bilingual journal, publishing in both English and French. Readership includes academics, practitioners and policymakers. CJPE attracts authors and readers internationally.
The editor-in-chief of the Journal is:
Robert Schwartz, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit
Associate Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
155 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M5T 3M7
Editor-in-Chief: Robert Schwartz, University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit
Associate Editor Francophone: Astrid Brousselle, professeure titulaire, Département des sciences de la santé communautaire, Université de Sherbrooke
Associate Editor: Isabelle Bourgeois, Ph.D., École nationale d'administration publique
Book Review Editor: Jill Anne Chouinard, University of Ottawa
Editorial Assistant: Emily Taylor, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, University of Toronto