We apply advanced techniques to estimate the socioeconomic impacts of specific public policies, social programs, and investment projects, based on microeconomic and macroeconomic indicators. To accomplish this, we apply experimental and quasi-experimental approaches to adequately attribute the intervention's impacts on the target population's quality of life. In addition, we use qualitative techniques (e.g. interviews, focus groups) and advanced quantitative methods (e.g. propensity score matching, differences-in-differences, and the economic multipliers methodology). Simultaneously, we analyze the population's perception of the project or policy.