In an article titled “Performance Indicators: How to Lie with Indices,” the Economist was right in certain respects: international indices are becoming increasingly popular and many of them are methodologically flawed. But the article neglected to acknowledge how one can build more reliable performance measures—and such measures do exist.
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Executive Director Michael Jacobson will be speaking at Princeton on Monday about the role of civil society in creating a more effective criminal justice system.