With limited resources, how should we decide between saving lives, reducing poverty, or treating mental illness? Our Key Ideas page explains how. First we set out the crucial ideas very briefly and then explore each of those ideas in greater depth.
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be running our summer research fellowship again this year. The fellowship provides students and recent graduates with the opportunity to gain hands-on research experience and receive personal mentoring from our research team.
We conduct theoretical research on the measurement of wellbeing and applied research to identify the most cost-effective funding opportunities.
This report explains the common mistakes we make when predicting the intensity and duration of our own and others’ feelings and the implications this has for global priorities research.
By: Matthew Coleman