Overhead Aversion: Do Some Types Of Overhead Matter More Than Others?

Portillo, Javier E.; Stinn, Joseph, (2018). Overhead Aversion: Do Some Types Of Overhead Matter More Than Others?. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 72, , 40–50.

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“If an overhead-free donation is readily available, then the average donor in our experiment (70–80% of subjects) prefers that charity to receive the donation. However, if donations are not overhead-free, most (approximately two-thirds of subjects) prefer the donation go toward fundraising efforts instead of salary-related expenditures.”

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