Toward An Understanding Of Why Suggestions Work In Charitable Fundraising: Theory And Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment

Edwards, James T.; List, John A., (2014). Toward An Understanding Of Why Suggestions Work In Charitable Fundraising: Theory And Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment. Journal Of Public Economics, 114, , 1–13.

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