Does Price Matter In Charitable Giving? Evidence From A Large-Scale Natural Field Experiment

Karlan, Dean; List, John A, (2007). Does Price Matter In Charitable Giving? Evidence From A Large-Scale Natural Field Experiment. American Economic Review, 97, 5, 1774–1793.

Keywords: classic, empirical, field experiments, philanthropy, political, price of giving, social giving

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Related tools: Offer a matching donation, Donor's political preferences

Related theories: Scope insensitivity

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