Does The Government Crowd-Out Private Donations? New Evidence From A Sample Of Non-Profit Firms

Payne, A.Abigail, (1998). Does The Government Crowd-Out Private Donations? New Evidence From A Sample Of Non-Profit Firms. Journal Of Public Economics, 69, 3, 323–345.

Keywords: crowding out, empirical, nonprofits, philanthropy, public finance

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