A friend linked me to the 'red team' contest, and since I undertake cost-effectiveness modelling professionally I thought that would be a useful place I could contribute, potentially.
I'm not an active member of the EA community, so I'd like to ensure I don't straw man the state of the art here; would it be fair to say GiveWell's evaluation of some of its most cost-effective charities represents what the EA community would consider to be a high-quality cost-effectiveness model? If not, what would the EA community consider to be a high-quality cost-effectiveness model in an EA context?
(To be clear, the model is great but I think there are a number of areas where it could be improved upon!)
Thanks so much,