An Experimental Test Of The Crowding Out Hypothesis: The Nature Of Beneficent Behavior

Bolton, Gary E.; Katok, Elena, (1998). An Experimental Test Of The Crowding Out Hypothesis: The Nature Of Beneficent Behavior. Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization, 37, 3, 315–331.

Keywords: altruism, behavioral, crowding out, experimental, philanthropy

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