The Role Of Rating Agencies In The Market For Charitable Contributions: An Empirical Test

Gordon, Teresa P.; Knock, Cathryn L.; Neely, Daniel G., (2009). The Role Of Rating Agencies In The Market For Charitable Contributions: An Empirical Test. Journal Of Accounting And Public Policy, 28, 6, 469–484.

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