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-====A theory of impact philanthropy====+====A Theory Of Impact Philanthropy====
  
-Duncan, Brian, (2004). //[[This article develops a new model of altruism called impact philanthropy. An impact ​ philanthropist is someone who wants to personally ‘make a difference.'​ While that motive is  straightforward,​ its logical implications are significantly different from other models of philanthropy. ​ For example, the contributions of other donors can reduce an impact philanthropist'​s charitable ​ fulfillment. As a result, cooperation among impact philanthropists can reduce aggregate giving. In  addition, impact philanthropy can lead to a codependent relationship between givers and receivers in  which both benefit from the other. Finally, the model suggests a conflict between charitable ​ organizations and its donors concerning the allocation of charitable gifts. In particular, a charitable ​ organization prefers to spread a donor'​s contribution across many goods, whereas a donor prefers to  target his or her contribution at a specific good.|A ​theory of impact philanthropy]]//. Journal ​of Public Economics, 88, 9-10, 2159--2180.+Duncan, Brian, (2004). //[[This article develops a new model of altruism called impact philanthropy. An impact ​ philanthropist is someone who wants to personally ‘make a difference.'​ While that motive is  straightforward,​ its logical implications are significantly different from other models of philanthropy. ​ For example, the contributions of other donors can reduce an impact philanthropist'​s charitable ​ fulfillment. As a result, cooperation among impact philanthropists can reduce aggregate giving. In  addition, impact philanthropy can lead to a codependent relationship between givers and receivers in  which both benefit from the other. Finally, the model suggests a conflict between charitable ​ organizations and its donors concerning the allocation of charitable gifts. In particular, a charitable ​ organization prefers to spread a donor'​s contribution across many goods, whereas a donor prefers to  target his or her contribution at a specific good.|A ​Theory Of Impact Philanthropy]]//. Journal ​Of Public Economics, 88, 9-10, 2159--2180.
  
 **Keywords**:​ applied theory, crowd-out, ft, impact, nonprofits, philanthropy,​ social, theory of giving **Keywords**:​ applied theory, crowd-out, ft, impact, nonprofits, philanthropy,​ social, theory of giving
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