Holden Karnofsky considers the benefits of developing deep expertise in a few causes compared with getting involved in many causes.Topics: Policy
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10/16/2014 Blog: Give & Learn
Good Ventures spoke with Don Howard about several aspects of running a major philanthropic foundation.
Good Ventures spoke with the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation about housing affordability in San Francisco.
09/11/2014 Blog: Give & Learn
Holden Karnofsky reflects on the biggest challenges of being public and open about giving decisions.Topics: Transparency
Good Ventures and GiveWell spoke with the representatives of the Pew Charitable Trusts' Government Performance Project about their work.
09/03/2014 Blog: Give & Learn
We commissioned David Roodman to examine how increasing immigration to the U.S. would impact wages for current U.S. residents.Topics: Labor Mobility
08/20/2014 Blog: Give & Learn
Cari Tuna writes about the Open Philanthropy Project, a new name to describe the collaboration between Good Ventures and GiveWell.
Read our notes from a conversation with the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) to better understand its work and perspective.Topics: Policy
07/24/2014 Blog: Give & Learn
Good Ventures has awarded $3 million to The Pew Charitable Trusts as part of our work on criminal justice reform.Topics: Policy
Good Ventures spoke with Theda Skocpol about achieving policy change through philanthropy.