Substitution Between (And Motivations For) Charitable Contributions: An Experimental Study

Reinstein, David, (2011). Substitution Between (And Motivations For) Charitable Contributions: An Experimental Study. University of Essex, Department of Economics, Discussion Papers.

Keywords: colleagues, experimental, me, motivation for giving, philanthropy, social giving, substitution

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Type of evidence: Lab-charity

Related tools: Charities collaborate/compete?

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Related critiques: Obvious contrast in within-subject treatments

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