フューチャー・デザイン・ワークショップ7「Designing Future Generations Institutions for the UK, US and UN」
- 2022年5月12日（木）17:00 - 18:30
Charlotte is a Research Fellow in Economics at the University of Oxford’s Global Priorities Institute. She researched future generation policies and persistence studies and was a research assistant for Stanford Professor Chad Jones. Furthermore, she is a Grants Consultant for Longview Philanthropy, where she finds and investigates philanthropic giving opportunities to protect future generations. Charlotte studied philosophy, politics and economics at the University of Warwick.
- Designing Future Generations Institutions for the UK, US and UN
- First, I discuss the results of two pilot experiments neasuring the effect of voting for an with UK and US citizens. In the first, I identify how being or not being a future representative changes one’s political opinions. I control for the priming effect and estimate the moral crowding-out effect for the people who were not assigned to be future representatives. In the second experiment, I found that voters would elect different people and want different behaviour in a House of the Future, a hypothetical second legislative chamber representing the future, compared to the House of Commons, a part of the UK’s legislative. This could suggest that future representatives should be elected. In the second part of the presentation, I outline future field and lab experiment projects I am working on with Harvard and NYU psychologists, which aim to answer some open questions. I discuss some open research questions regarding future generation institutions for the UN Our Common Agenda report.
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