Longtermist institutional reform

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Longtermist institutional reform are proposed newis research on how institutions or institutional reforms designed tocan better represent the interests of future generations in the political process.

Institutions for future generationsLongtermist institutional reform are proposed new institutions or institutional reforms designed to better represent the interests of future generations in the political process.

Goth, Aidan & Matt Lerner (2022) Longtermist institutional reform, Founders Pledge, January 12.

John, TylerWilliam & William MacAskill (2021) Longtermist institutional reform, in Natalie Cargill & Tyler John (eds.) The Long ViewView: Essays on Policy, Philanthropy, and the Long-Term Future, London; FIRST, forthcoming.London: First, pp. 45–60.

Moorhouse, Fin & Luca Righetti (2021) Institutions for the long run: taking future generations seriously in government, Cambridge Journal of Law, Politics, and Art, vol. 1, pp. 430–437.

John, Tyler (2021) Empowering future people by empowering the young?, in Ageing without Ageism: Conceptual Puzzles and Policy Proposals, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

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