Peer Effects In Charitable Giving: Evidence From The (Running) Field

Smith, Sarah; Windmeijer, Frank; Wright, Edmund, (2014). Peer Effects In Charitable Giving: Evidence From The (Running) Field. The Economic Journal, 125, 585, 1053–1071.

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Type of evidence: Causal-observational (IV etc)

Related tools: Reveal previous donations

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Citations: 23

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