Charitable Giving Among Females And Males: An Empirical Test Of The Competitive Altruism Hypothesis

B{\“o}hm, Robert; Regner, Tobias, (2013). Charitable Giving Among Females And Males: An Empirical Test Of The Competitive Altruism Hypothesis. Journal Of Bioeconomics, 15, 3, 251–267.

Keywords: We study the importance of conditional cooperation in a one-shot public goods game by using a variant of the strategy-method. We find that a third of the subjects can be classified as free riders, whereas 50{\%} are conditional cooperators.

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