Lots of the critiques of RCTs are, at least in part, about ethics. , and I wrote a response.
Thanks to the work of this year's Nobel laureates in economics, random controlled trials have become a powerful tool in the fight against poverty. But are they ethical? ask , Arthur Baker, and
In a world of scarce resources, it doesn’t just matter whether an anti-poverty program is better than nothing, point out , Arthur Baker, and . Donors and policymakers need to know how much better, and at what price
"Are Randomized Poverty-Alleviation Experiments Ethical?" , and offer important and timely thoughts on the use of RCTs for advancing inquiry in, and the practice of, development economics.
The ethics of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in developing countries via
Are Randomized Poverty-Alleviation Experiments Ethical? by Peter Singer, et al
The ethics of randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in developing countries via
Are Randomized Poverty-Alleviation Experiments Ethical? by Peter Singer, Arthur Baker and Johannes Haushofer - Project Syndicate
Apropos en debattartikel igår.
"Using RCTs is therefore ethically permissible, and, we argue, may even be ethically required" on the Nobel-winning randomistas, autism-relevant