Does Fundraising Create New Giving?

Meer, Jonathan, (2017). Does Fundraising Create New Giving?. Journal Of Public Economics, 145, , 82–93.

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Related tools: Offer a matching donation

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“while matches increase giving to eligible requests, they do not appear to crowd out giving to similar ones, either contemporaneously or over time.”

- Matching campaigns at DonorsChoose.org increases (likelihood of, amount of) funding for one project

- But no significant impact on donations to other projects

Consider: Context, statistical power, potential for crowding out

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