Do Causes Crowd Each Other Out? Evidence From Tornado Strikes

Deryugina, Tatyana & Marx, Benjamin, (2015). Do Causes Crowd Each Other Out? Evidence From Tornado Strikes.

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Type of evidence: Causal-observational (IV etc)

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Donor population: US Tax filers

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Result: Donations in a state affected by a tornado (causing 10+ injuries) increase by 1.7-2\% in that year and 1.9-2\% percent in the 2 years after

They argue that this is evidence against (complete) crowding out

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