Do All Material Incentives For Pro-Social Activities Backfire? The Response To Cash And Non-Cash Incentives For Blood Donations

Lacetera, Nicola; Macis, Mario, (2010). Do All Material Incentives For Pro-Social Activities Backfire? The Response To Cash And Non-Cash Incentives For Blood Donations. Journal Of Economic Psychology, 31, 4, 738–748.

Keywords: crowd-out, field experiments, intrinsic Motivations, motivation, nature of payment, philanthropy

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