有5种评价的谬论，包括客户，契约主义，methodologicalism，相对主义和多元主义。客户是谬误时犯的任何客户端的请求做了考虑，不管他们说什么有道德的价值。契约论是谬论，评价者应遵循没有质疑的书面合同，即使这种行为会导致恶化的公共利益在很大程度上。methodologicalism是认为可接受的查询方法保证了评价者的行为需要有道德虽然某些方法可以组合评估的伦理困境（Jossey Bass，et al.，2005）。相对主义是相信评估收集到的受访者个人意见数据和本应给予同等的压力不存在基础适当提供外围团体意见较小的优先关键群体的比较。多元化是谬误可以优先考虑强大的人只因为计算器承认人有威望和强有力的态度。在这份报告中选取的，显然有一个伦理谬误犯即methodologicalism。这可以通过由已被视为这些伦理和一些人，他们领导对评估复合伦理困境的评估调查方法证明（Morris，et al.，2003）。
Some concerns were also raised by other important stakeholders such as the AUSAid Staff at the Bangkok Australian Embassy who thought that this project can be highly cost ineffective and time consuming. Initially the Bamras director was also against the project with regard to involved parties duties and responsibilities leading to certain problems related to finance matters even though they were resolved eventually. The stakeholder interest from this perspective seemed to reside appropriately by the end of the evaluation because certain perspectives in the report were ignored. Staff members were also unhappy because of this project’s change especially because the project made them extra to the normal tasks they performed and filling positions was no more appropriate for even the vacant positions.
There are 5 kinds of evaluation fallacies inclusive of Clientism, contractualism, methodologicalism, relativism and pluralism. Clientism is the fallacy committed when whatever the client requests is done considering that whatever they say has an ethically correct value. Contractualism is the fallacy that evaluator’s should follow without questioning the written contract even when such an act can cause deterioration to the public good largely. Methodologicalism is the thought that methods of acceptable inquiry following assures that evaluator’s behaviour needs to have ethicality even though certain methodologies can compound the ethical dilemmas of an evaluator (Jossey-Bass, et al., 2005). Relativism is the belief that an evaluator collected data about individual opinion from respondents and this should be given an equal pressure disregarding that there exists a base to appropriately deliver peripheral groups opinions lesser priority in comparison to pivotal groups. Pluralism is that fallacy which allows to give more priority to powerful people only because evaluator acknowledges the person to have prestige and potent attitude. In this report selected, it was evident that there was one ethical fallacy committed namely, Methodologicalism. This can be proven by the inquiry methods used by the evaluators which have been considered as ethical and some of these were such that they led towards ethical dilemma of evaluator being compounded (Morris, et al., 2003).