Why not just use Glassdoor?
I remember a couple of people doing something slightly similar to this.
Dan Artus wrote a dissertation in 2018 - “An ethnographic exploration of ethics,empathy and data practises within the London Effective Altruist community”
Nick Philips wrote a thesis about the EA movement in 2015 -”Rational Faith: A Study of the Effective Altruism Movement ”
I wrote a similar post about this a few months ago, a few days before GiveWell announced they were looking into a wider range of interventions.
The EA fund for global development seems to be the easiest way to get funding towards this area. I suspect that most donors involved in EA would be happy to fund interventions with less hard evidence if given the choice.
One reason why there may be a lack of conversation in this area is that there are many organisations and 10,000+ experts in international development and ways to engage that don’t involve EA. Whereas in factory farming and emerging technology risks there are fewer places for people to go to discuss these causes and so discussion happens in EA spaces (until causes get big enough to create their own networks).
Imperial university has just launched the worlds first centre for psychedelics research.
“The new Imperial Centre for Psychedelic Research will build on over a decade of pioneering work in this area carried out at Imperial, including a clinical trial that has kick-started global efforts to develop psilocybin therapy into a licensed treatment for depression. ”