The Prestige Motive For Making Charitable Transfers

Harbaugh, W. T., (1998). The Prestige Motive For Making Charitable Transfers. The American Economic Review, 88, 2, 277–282.

Keywords: empirical, motives for giving, philanthropy, prestige, reputation, social giving, theory

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