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The reading list below is based on a reading list originally used for an internal GPI reading group. These reading groups are used as a way of doing an early-stage exploration of new areas that seem promising from an academic global priorities research perspective.  Each topic is often used as the theme for one or two weekly discussions, and in most cases those attending the discussion will have read the suggested materials beforehand. 

As I thought that it could be a valuable resource for those interested in academic global priorities research, I’m sharing it here, with permission from the authors. All the credit for the list below goes to them.

Disclaimer: The views presented in the readings suggested below do not necessarily represent views held by me, GPI, or any GPI staff member.

1. Intergenerational Justice

2. Setting Longtermist Policy Goals

3. The Problem of Short-Termism

4. The Promise of Experimentalism

5. Specific Institutional Proposals

6. Democratic Theory and Future Generations

7. Path Dependence in Politics

8. Institutional Evolution




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