Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective

Romano, Richard; Yildirim, Huseyin, (2001). Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective. Journal Of Public Economics, 81, 3, 423–447.

Keywords: fundraising, motivation for giving, philanthropy, reputation, sequential public goods game, social giving, theory

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