Decomposing Desert And Tangibility Effects In A Charitable Giving Experiment

Reinstein, David; Riener, Gerhard, (2011). Decomposing Desert And Tangibility Effects In A Charitable Giving Experiment. Experimental Economics, 15, 1, 229–240.

Keywords: experiment, money, philanthropy

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