Rahel Kahlert


Rahel Kahlert


PhD in Public Policy, The University of Texas at Austin (United States of America)


German (mother tongue), English, Spanish


Phone: +43 1 319 4505-90
E-mail: kahlert@euro.centre.org


Public health, case management, health literacy, health promotion and prevention, social determinants; policy and program evaluation in health care, education and social sector; ethics in research, mixed-methods approaches in the social sciences


  • Rolando S., Asmussen Frank V., Beccaria F., Duke K., Kahlert R., Pisarska A., Graf N. (2020). “I like money, I like many things”. The relationship between drugs and crime from the perspective of young people in contact with criminal justice systems. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 6 May 2020.
  • Kahlert, R. (2013-2019). Evaluation reports in public health, health literacy, and integrated care.
  • Kahlert, R. (2013). Randomized controlled trials to evaluate impact. Their challenges and policy implications in medicine, education and international development. Texas Digital Library, https://repositories.lib.utexas.edu/handle/2152/19463
  • Kahlert, R. (2012). Impact evaluations using RCTs. Reflections on the EES stance. Evaluation Connections, European Evaluation Society.
  • Kahlert, R., Abdullateef, E. & Potter, R. (2008). Evaluation use in the context of the International Program for Development Evaluation Training. International Development Evaluation Association, Evaluation Case Studies.
  • Angel, J., Kahlert, R. & Whitfield, K.E. (2006). Hispanic and Mexican-American health and aging in a new century. An overview. Report of the Second Conference on Aging in the Americas, National Alliance for Hispanic Health, 5-22.
  • Pan, D., Smith-Hansen, L., Hughes Jones, D., Rudo, Z.H., Alexander, C. & Kahlert, R. (2005). Investigation of education databases in four states to support policy research on resource allocation. Southwest Educational Development Laboratory.
  • Kahlert, R. (2004). Development of high-stakes testing in education. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 14(1), 31-34.