Democrats Support International Relief And The Upper Class Donates To Art? How Opportunity, Incentives And Confidence Affect Donations To Different Types Of Charitable Organizations

Wiepking, Pamala, (2010). Democrats Support International Relief And The Upper Class Donates To Art? How Opportunity, Incentives And Confidence Affect Donations To Different Types Of Charitable Organizations. Social Science Research, 39, 6, 1073–1087.

Keywords: Charitable giving, Confidence, Donations, Philanthropy, Pro-social behavior

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