The Identifiable Victim Effect In Charitable Giving: Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment

Lesner, Tine Hjern{\o}; Rasmussen, Ole Dahl, (2014). The Identifiable Victim Effect In Charitable Giving: Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment. Applied Economics, 46, 36, 4409–4430.

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Finds a null effect but appears fairly underpowered (can't rule out a +25% effect perhaps?).

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