What Can Social Preferences Tell Us About Charitable Giving? Evidence On Responses To Price Of Giving, Matching, And Rebates

Kamas, Linda; Preston, Anne, (2010). What Can Social Preferences Tell Us About Charitable Giving? Evidence On Responses To Price Of Giving, Matching, And Rebates, 165–199. In: Research In Experimental Economics.

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