Shared NationJune 2019
Making decisions in group giving
Shared Nation reports on an experiment it conducted to test the efficacy of pairwise voting as a mechanism for large-scale collective giving. Pairwise voting is a rapid process where members of a group select one pair of investment options from a small, randomly generated subset. Evidence suggests that this system of voting can help large online groups make efficient decisions that increase their overall impact. Read more about the experiment and its takeaways here.