Peter Singer’s moral calculus of charity

Published May 07, 2015 | No responses yet
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A while back I read a very intriguing op-ed in NYT by Princeton ethicist Peter Singer. The article, titled “Good Charity, Bad Charity”, argues that the decision to contribute to one charity versus another should be based on an “evidence-based approach” that “[offers] the most positive impact for your time and money”. As someone in
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Fishermen in the Information Marketplace

Published May 12, 2013 | One response so far
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Fishermen in the Information Marketplace Behavioral, Economic and Social Changes Associated with Introduction of Mobile Phones in Fishing Communities of Kerala, India By Marzieh Ghiasi (April 2012) Give a man a fish, and you will feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you will feed him for a lifetime. But give
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