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 ====Matching and Challenge Gifts to Charity: Evidence from Laboratory and Natural Field Experiments==== ====Matching and Challenge Gifts to Charity: Evidence from Laboratory and Natural Field Experiments====
  
-<div class="​full_reference">​Rondeau, D. & List, J.A., (2008). [[https://​www.poverty-action.org/​sites/​default/​files/​publications/​dp3278.pdf|Matching and Challenge Gifts to Charity: Evidence from Laboratory and Natural Field Experiments]]. , .</​div>​+Rondeau, D. & List, J.A., (2008). [[https://​www.poverty-action.org/​sites/​default/​files/​publications/​dp3278.pdf|Matching and Challenge Gifts to Charity: Evidence from Laboratory and Natural Field Experiments]]. , .
  
-<div class="​evidence_type">​**Type of evidence**: Lab-charity</​div>​+**Keywords**: 
  
-<div class="​paper_keywords">​**Keywords**: </​div>​+**Discipline**:  
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 +**Type of evidence**: Lab-charity 
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 +**Related tools**: [[tools:​Seed donations|Seed donations]] 
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 +**Related theories**:  
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 +**Related critiques**:​  
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 +**Charity target**: Nature 
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 +**Donor population**:​  
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 ===Paper summary=== ===Paper summary===
  
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 ===Discussion=== ===Discussion===
  
-<div class="paper_discussion"></​div>​+"​...direct mail fundraising campaign for the Sierra Club (n 3,000) in which some letters described a match offer, with every dollar in donations later matched by a dollar from a lead donor. In other letters, researchers referenced a “challenge gift” already contributed by a lead donor. Mentioning a challenge gift increased participation rates by 23% and total contributions by 18%, compared to a plain ask. The challenge gift also outperformed the amount raised under the match offer by 31% (Rondeau and List 2008)." ​(ideas42) 
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 +===Evaluation=== 
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 +This paper has been added by David Reinstein
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