Rebate Versus Matching: Does How We Subsidize Charitable Contributions Matter?

Eckel, Catherine C; Grossman, Philip J, (2003). Rebate Versus Matching: Does How We Subsidize Charitable Contributions Matter?. Journal Of Public Economics, 87, 3-4, 681–701.

Keywords: experiment, experimental, framing, philanthropy

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