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Whether and Where to Give
Philosophy & Public Affairs  (IF2),  Pub Date : 2016-08-22, DOI: 10.1111/papa.12065
Theron Pummer

The ethics of giving has traditionally focused on whether, and how much, to give to charities helping people in extreme poverty. In more recent years, the discussion has increasingly focused on where to give, spurred by an appreciation of the substantial differences in costeffectiveness between charities. According to a commonly cited example, $40,000 can be used either to help one blind person by training a seeing-eye dog in the United States or to help two thousand blind