Global priorities research

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One definition of global priorities research is "research into issues that arise in response to the question, ‘What should we do with a given amount of limited resources if our aim is to do the most good?’" (GPI, n.d.) This can include finding and prioritising between different causes (see cause prioritization). It can also include "macrostrategy" or "foundational" research that'd inform cause prioritization in a less direct way (e.g., research into the Fermi paradox or whether we're living at the hinge of history). 

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See also Global Priorities Institute.

One definition of Global Priorities Researchglobal priorities research (GPR) is "research into issues that arise in response to the question, ‘What should we do with a given amount of limited resources if our aim is to do the most good?’" (GPI, n.d.) This can include finding and prioritising between different causes (see Cause Prioritizationcause prioritization). It can also include "macrostrategy" or "foundational" research that'd inform cause prioritization in a less direct way (e.g., research into the Fermi paradox or whether we're living at the hinge of history). 

This tag is for posts relevant to GPR.global priorities research.

See O'Keeffe-O'Donovan (2020) for an introduction to GPR,global priorities research, including discussion of its distinction from cause prioritization research.

One definition of Global Priorities Research (GPR) is "research into issues that arise in response to the question, ‘What should we do with a given amount of limited resources if our aim is to do the most good?’" (GPI, n.d.) This can include finding and prioritising between different causes (see Cause Prioritization). It can also include "macrostrategy" or "foundational" research that'd inform cause prioritization in a less direct way (e.g., research into the Fermi paradox or whether we're living at the hinge of history). 

This tag is for posts relevant to GPR.

See O'Keeffe-O'Donovan (2020) for an introduction to GPR, including discussion of its distinction from cause prioritization research.