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 | '​athey_imbens'​ | 'The Econometrics Of Randomized Experiments'​ | '​@incollection{athey2017econometrics,​\n ​ title={The econometrics of randomized experiments},​\n ​ author={Athey,​ Susan and Imbens, Guido W},\n  booktitle={Handbook of Economic Field Experiments},​\n ​ volume={1},​\n ​ pages={73--140},​\n ​ year={2017},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | "​(Athey & I, '​16)"​ | ['​rec877o3qH7xm9EC1',​ '​recUF175KgBc16UCe'​] | '/​10.1016/​bs.hefe.2016.10.003'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  | | '​athey_imbens'​ | 'The Econometrics Of Randomized Experiments'​ | '​@incollection{athey2017econometrics,​\n ​ title={The econometrics of randomized experiments},​\n ​ author={Athey,​ Susan and Imbens, Guido W},\n  booktitle={Handbook of Economic Field Experiments},​\n ​ volume={1},​\n ​ pages={73--140},​\n ​ year={2017},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | "​(Athey & I, '​16)"​ | ['​rec877o3qH7xm9EC1',​ '​recUF175KgBc16UCe'​] | '/​10.1016/​bs.hefe.2016.10.003'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Sanders2016'​ | '​Sanders,​ Michael'​ | '​Social Influences On Charitable Giving In The Workplace'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​129--136'​ | 2017 | "​Social influences have been widely recorded in charitable giving. In two field experiments,​ we attempt to exogenously manipulate sources of social influence in the workplace. This environment allows the use of administrative data to map participants'​ hierarchies in a network, and their approximate proximity to each-other socially. In our first experiment, participants are sent an email by the CEO asking them to donate a day's salary to charity. When this email is personalised,​ being addressed to “Dear John” rather than “Dear Colleague”,​ donations significantly increase. In the second experiment, we provide some participants with information about the proportion of their colleagues who have already donated. In this case, the social norm is not to donate (only 7.5{\\%} have donated). We find no negative effects of this information on future donations, and that for some, high-ranking groups, the effect is (perhaps counterintuitively) positive. We suggest that relationships within the workplace – a concern for status relative to the CEO, or for the firm's reputation – may explain these results."​ | '​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300180'​ | ['​Altruism',​ '​Charitable giving',​ 'Field experiments',​ '​Social influences'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Sanders - 2016 - Social Influences on Charitable Giving in the Workplace(2).pdf'​ | ['​recoTR0ML4KtFie1X'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sanders_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2015.12.004},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2015.12.004},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {129--136},​\n\tauthor = {Michael Sanders},​\n\ttitle = {Social influences on charitable giving in the workplace},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | '​\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sanders,​ '​17)"​ | ['​UK-Poverty',​ '​Medical research '] | '​Personalisation (personalised message) - ' | 0 | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2015.12.004'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Sanders,​ Michael, (2017). //​[[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300180|Social Influences On Charitable Giving In The Workplace]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 129--136.'​ | ['​Personalisation (personalised message) - '] | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Sanders2016'​ | '​Sanders,​ Michael'​ | '​Social Influences On Charitable Giving In The Workplace'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​129--136'​ | 2017 | "​Social influences have been widely recorded in charitable giving. In two field experiments,​ we attempt to exogenously manipulate sources of social influence in the workplace. This environment allows the use of administrative data to map participants'​ hierarchies in a network, and their approximate proximity to each-other socially. In our first experiment, participants are sent an email by the CEO asking them to donate a day's salary to charity. When this email is personalised,​ being addressed to “Dear John” rather than “Dear Colleague”,​ donations significantly increase. In the second experiment, we provide some participants with information about the proportion of their colleagues who have already donated. In this case, the social norm is not to donate (only 7.5{\\%} have donated). We find no negative effects of this information on future donations, and that for some, high-ranking groups, the effect is (perhaps counterintuitively) positive. We suggest that relationships within the workplace – a concern for status relative to the CEO, or for the firm's reputation – may explain these results."​ | '​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300180'​ | ['​Altruism',​ '​Charitable giving',​ 'Field experiments',​ '​Social influences'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Sanders - 2016 - Social Influences on Charitable Giving in the Workplace(2).pdf'​ | ['​recoTR0ML4KtFie1X'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sanders_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2015.12.004},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2015.12.004},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {129--136},​\n\tauthor = {Michael Sanders},​\n\ttitle = {Social influences on charitable giving in the workplace},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | '​\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sanders,​ '​17)"​ | ['​UK-Poverty',​ '​Medical research '] | '​Personalisation (personalised message) - ' | 0 | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2015.12.004'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Sanders,​ Michael, (2017). //​[[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300180|Social Influences On Charitable Giving In The Workplace]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 129--136.'​ | ['​Personalisation (personalised message) - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​Sudhir2016'​ | '​Sudhir,​ K.; Roy, Subroto; Cherian, Mathew'​ | 'Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects Of Advertising Content'​ | '​Marketing Science'​ | '​849--869'​ | 2016 | '"​We randomize advertising content motivated by the psychology literature on sympathy generation and framing effects in mailings to about 185,000 prospective new donors in India. We find significant impact on the number of donors and amounts donated consistent with sympathy biases such as the "​identifiable victim'​ | '​http://​pubsonline.informs.org/​doi/​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989'​ | ['​finds that the effect of sympathy bias on giving is smaller in percentage terms but statistically and economically highly significant in terms of the magnitude of additional dollars raised. Methodologically'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​sudhir{_}sympathybias{_}d1940.pdf'​ | ['​recdqy9RPSqZ23O8x',​ '​rec5OPMM8ypa27Ke0'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sudhir_2016,​\n\tdoi = {10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1287%2Fmksc.2016.0989},​\n\tyear = 2016,​\n\tmonth = {nov},​\n\tpublisher = {Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences ({INFORMS})},​\n\tvolume = {35},​\n\tnumber = {6},​\n\tpages = {849--869},​\n\tauthor = {K. Sudhir and Subroto Roy and Mathew Cherian},​\n\ttitle = {Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects of Advertising Content},​\n\tjournal = {Marketing Science}\n}'​ | ' the paper complements the work of behavioral scholars by adopting an empirical researchers\'​ lens of measuring relative effect sizes and economic relevance of multiple behavioral theoretical constructs in the sympathy bias and charity domain within one field setting. This can provide guidance to managers on which behavioral theories are most managerially and economically relevant when developing advertising content."'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sudhir ea, '​16)"​ | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | '"​Info on \nsocial closeness of recipient - ", Recipient\'​s plight as \'​loss\'​ vs previous state - ' | 7 | True | '​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989'​ | ['​rec5ZKyVMt4ozkEeq',​ '​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​rec44Gczu5HviwRXV'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​35'​ | '​6'​ | '​Sudhir,​ K.; Roy, Subroto; Cherian, Mathew, (2016). //​[[http://​pubsonline.informs.org/​doi/​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989|Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects Of Advertising Content]]//​. Marketing Science, 35, 6, 849--869.'​ | ['Info on \nsocial closeness of recipient - ', "​Recipient'​s plight as '​loss'​ vs previous state - "] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​Sudhir2016'​ | '​Sudhir,​ K.; Roy, Subroto; Cherian, Mathew'​ | 'Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects Of Advertising Content'​ | '​Marketing Science'​ | '​849--869'​ | 2016 | '"​We randomize advertising content motivated by the psychology literature on sympathy generation and framing effects in mailings to about 185,000 prospective new donors in India. We find significant impact on the number of donors and amounts donated consistent with sympathy biases such as the "​identifiable victim'​ | '​http://​pubsonline.informs.org/​doi/​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989'​ | ['​finds that the effect of sympathy bias on giving is smaller in percentage terms but statistically and economically highly significant in terms of the magnitude of additional dollars raised. Methodologically'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​sudhir{_}sympathybias{_}d1940.pdf' ​| ['​recpYwAbZD0YUl6vS',​ '​recEk7SRN0H0h1Ihn'​] ​| ['​recdqy9RPSqZ23O8x',​ '​rec5OPMM8ypa27Ke0'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sudhir_2016,​\n\tdoi = {10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1287%2Fmksc.2016.0989},​\n\tyear = 2016,​\n\tmonth = {nov},​\n\tpublisher = {Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences ({INFORMS})},​\n\tvolume = {35},​\n\tnumber = {6},​\n\tpages = {849--869},​\n\tauthor = {K. Sudhir and Subroto Roy and Mathew Cherian},​\n\ttitle = {Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects of Advertising Content},​\n\tjournal = {Marketing Science}\n}'​ | ' the paper complements the work of behavioral scholars by adopting an empirical researchers\'​ lens of measuring relative effect sizes and economic relevance of multiple behavioral theoretical constructs in the sympathy bias and charity domain within one field setting. This can provide guidance to managers on which behavioral theories are most managerially and economically relevant when developing advertising content."'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sudhir ea, '​16)"​ | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | '"​Info on \nsocial closeness of recipient - ", Recipient\'​s plight as \'​loss\'​ vs previous state - ' | 7 | True | '​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989'​ | ['​rec5ZKyVMt4ozkEeq',​ '​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​rec44Gczu5HviwRXV'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​35'​ | '​6'​ | '​Sudhir,​ K.; Roy, Subroto; Cherian, Mathew, (2016). //​[[http://​pubsonline.informs.org/​doi/​10.1287/​mksc.2016.0989|Do Sympathy Biases Induce Charitable Giving? The Effects Of Advertising Content]]//​. Marketing Science, 35, 6, 849--869.'​ | ['Info on \nsocial closeness of recipient - ', "​Recipient'​s plight as '​loss'​ vs previous state - "] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​bilodeau1997rc'​ | '​Bilodeau,​ Marc; Slivinski, Al' | 'Rival Charities'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​449--467'​ | 1997 | ['​Industrial Organization',​ '​nonprofits',​ '​philanthropy'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Bilodeau_1997,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​s0047-2727(97)00046-7},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fs0047-2727%2897%2900046-7},​\n\tyear = 1997,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {449--467},​\n\tauthor = {Marc Bilodeau and Al Slivinski},​\n\ttitle = {Rival charities},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Bilodeau & S, '​97)"​ | 34 | '​10.1016/​s0047-2727(97)00046-7'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​3'​ | '​Bilodeau,​ Marc; Slivinski, Al, (1997). //Rival Charities//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 66, 3, 449--467.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​bilodeau1997rc'​ | '​Bilodeau,​ Marc; Slivinski, Al' | 'Rival Charities'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​449--467'​ | 1997 | ['​Industrial Organization',​ '​nonprofits',​ '​philanthropy'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Bilodeau_1997,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​s0047-2727(97)00046-7},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fs0047-2727%2897%2900046-7},​\n\tyear = 1997,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {449--467},​\n\tauthor = {Marc Bilodeau and Al Slivinski},​\n\ttitle = {Rival charities},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Bilodeau & S, '​97)"​ | 34 | '​10.1016/​s0047-2727(97)00046-7'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​3'​ | '​Bilodeau,​ Marc; Slivinski, Al, (1997). //Rival Charities//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 66, 3, 449--467.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​Reinstein2011'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Riener, Gerhard'​ | '​Reputation And Influence In Charitable Giving: An Experiment'​ | '​Theory And Decision'​ | '​221--243'​ | 2011 | '​Abstract: ​ ... An individual may want to send a signal of her generosity in order to improve her own reputation. Alternately (or additionally) she may value the public good or charity itself and, believing that contribution levels are strategic complements,​ give more in order to influence others to give more. We ...  Our experimental subjects were given the opportunity to contribute from their endowment to Bread for the World, a development NGO. Depending on treatment, “leader” subjects’ donations were reported to other subjects either anonymously or with their identities, and these were reported either before these “follower” subjects made their donation decisions. We find that “leaders” are influential only when their identities are revealed along with their donations, and female leaders are more influential then males. Identified leader’s predictions suggest that are aware of their in- fluence. They respond to this by giving more than either the control group or the unidentified leaders. We find mixed evidence for “reputation-seeking.”'​ | ['​Voluntary contributions Social image'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Reinstein,​ Riener - 2012 - Reputation and influence in charitable giving An experiment.pdf'​ | ['​recmq42luWe7i8fA2',​ '​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Reinstein_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1007/​s11238-011-9245-8},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1007%2Fs11238-011-9245-8},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {apr},​\n\tpublisher = {Springer Nature},​\n\tvolume = {72},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {221--243},​\n\tauthor = {David Reinstein and Gerhard Riener},​\n\ttitle = {Reputation and influence in charitable giving: an experiment},​\n\tjournal = {Theory and Decision}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​Lab-charity'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Reinstein & R, '​11)b"​ | "​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'"​ | '8 Euros (real effort task?​)'​ | 192 | 16 | True | '​10.1007/​s11238-011-9245-8'​ | ['​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​recf2aXPfZPbaoH1L'​] | '​article'​ | '​72'​ | '​2'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Riener, Gerhard, (2011). //​Reputation And Influence In Charitable Giving: An Experiment//​. Theory And Decision, 72, 2, 221--243.'​ | ["​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'"​] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​Reinstein2011'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Riener, Gerhard'​ | '​Reputation And Influence In Charitable Giving: An Experiment'​ | '​Theory And Decision'​ | '​221--243'​ | 2011 | '​Abstract: ​ ... An individual may want to send a signal of her generosity in order to improve her own reputation. Alternately (or additionally) she may value the public good or charity itself and, believing that contribution levels are strategic complements,​ give more in order to influence others to give more. We ...  Our experimental subjects were given the opportunity to contribute from their endowment to Bread for the World, a development NGO. Depending on treatment, “leader” subjects’ donations were reported to other subjects either anonymously or with their identities, and these were reported either before these “follower” subjects made their donation decisions. We find that “leaders” are influential only when their identities are revealed along with their donations, and female leaders are more influential then males. Identified leader’s predictions suggest that are aware of their in- fluence. They respond to this by giving more than either the control group or the unidentified leaders. We find mixed evidence for “reputation-seeking.”'​ | ['​Voluntary contributions Social image'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Reinstein,​ Riener - 2012 - Reputation and influence in charitable giving An experiment.pdf' ​| ['​recJBuHJgX4pwAb7o'​] ​| ['​recmq42luWe7i8fA2',​ '​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Reinstein_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1007/​s11238-011-9245-8},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1007%2Fs11238-011-9245-8},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {apr},​\n\tpublisher = {Springer Nature},​\n\tvolume = {72},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {221--243},​\n\tauthor = {David Reinstein and Gerhard Riener},​\n\ttitle = {Reputation and influence in charitable giving: an experiment},​\n\tjournal = {Theory and Decision}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​Lab-charity'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Reinstein & R, '​11)b"​ | "​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'"​ | '8 Euros (real effort task?​)'​ | 192 | 16 | True | '​10.1007/​s11238-011-9245-8'​ | ['​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​recf2aXPfZPbaoH1L'​] | '​article'​ | '​72'​ | '​2'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Riener, Gerhard, (2011). //​Reputation And Influence In Charitable Giving: An Experiment//​. Theory And Decision, 72, 2, 221--243.'​ | ["​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'"​] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​harbaugh2007neural'​ | '​Harbaugh,​ W. T.; Mayr, U.; Burghart, D. R.' | '​Neural Responses To Taxation And Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives For Charitable Donations'​ | '​Science'​ | '​1622--1625'​ | 2007 | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Harbaugh_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1126/​science.1140738},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1126%2Fscience.1140738},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science ({AAAS})},​\n\tvolume = {316},​\n\tnumber = {5831},​\n\tpages = {1622--1625},​\n\tauthor = {W. T. Harbaugh and U. Mayr and D. R. Burghart},​\n\ttitle = {Neural Responses to Taxation and Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives for Charitable Donations},​\n\tjournal = {Science}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Harbaugh ea, '​07)"​ | 351 | '​10.1126/​science.1140738'​ | '​article'​ | '​316'​ | '​5831'​ | '​Harbaugh,​ W. T.; Mayr, U.; Burghart, D. R., (2007). //Neural Responses To Taxation And Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives For Charitable Donations//​. Science, 316, 5831, 1622--1625.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​harbaugh2007neural'​ | '​Harbaugh,​ W. T.; Mayr, U.; Burghart, D. R.' | '​Neural Responses To Taxation And Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives For Charitable Donations'​ | '​Science'​ | '​1622--1625'​ | 2007 | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Harbaugh_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1126/​science.1140738},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1126%2Fscience.1140738},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {American Association for the Advancement of Science ({AAAS})},​\n\tvolume = {316},​\n\tnumber = {5831},​\n\tpages = {1622--1625},​\n\tauthor = {W. T. Harbaugh and U. Mayr and D. R. Burghart},​\n\ttitle = {Neural Responses to Taxation and Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives for Charitable Donations},​\n\tjournal = {Science}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Harbaugh ea, '​07)"​ | 351 | '​10.1126/​science.1140738'​ | '​article'​ | '​316'​ | '​5831'​ | '​Harbaugh,​ W. T.; Mayr, U.; Burghart, D. R., (2007). //Neural Responses To Taxation And Voluntary Giving Reveal Motives For Charitable Donations//​. Science, 316, 5831, 1622--1625.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Smith2015c'​ | '​Smith,​ Alexander'​ | 'On The Equivalence Of Giving Using The Sequential And Strategy Methods'​ | 2015 | ['​altruism',​ '​charitable giving',​ '​d6',​ '​elicitation',​ '​fi-',​ 'for comments and suggestions',​ 'i thank gary charness',​ 'is gratefully acknowledged',​ 'jel classification c9', '​nancial support for worcester',​ '​paper',​ '​polytechnic institute',​ '​strategy method',​ 'that significantly improved the', '​wpi'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​giving{_}note{_}mar26.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{smith2015equivalence,​\n ​ title={On the Equivalence of Giving Using the Sequential and Strategy Methods},​\n ​ author={Smith,​ Alexander},​\n ​ year={2015}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Smith,​ '​15)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Smith,​ Alexander, (2015). //On The Equivalence Of Giving Using The Sequential And Strategy Methods//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Smith2015c'​ | '​Smith,​ Alexander'​ | 'On The Equivalence Of Giving Using The Sequential And Strategy Methods'​ | 2015 | ['​altruism',​ '​charitable giving',​ '​d6',​ '​elicitation',​ '​fi-',​ 'for comments and suggestions',​ 'i thank gary charness',​ 'is gratefully acknowledged',​ 'jel classification c9', '​nancial support for worcester',​ '​paper',​ '​polytechnic institute',​ '​strategy method',​ 'that significantly improved the', '​wpi'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​giving{_}note{_}mar26.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{smith2015equivalence,​\n ​ title={On the Equivalence of Giving Using the Sequential and Strategy Methods},​\n ​ author={Smith,​ Alexander},​\n ​ year={2015}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Smith,​ '​15)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Smith,​ Alexander, (2015). //On The Equivalence Of Giving Using The Sequential And Strategy Methods//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
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 | '​tallontire2001eca'​ | '​Tallontire,​ Anne; Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg;​ Blowfield, Mick' | '​Ethical Consumers And Ethical Trade: A Review Of Current Literature.'​ | 2001 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@book{tallontire2001ethical,​\n ​ title={Ethical consumers and ethical trade: A review of current literature.},​\n ​ author={Tallontire,​ Anne and Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg and Blowfield, Mick},​\n ​ number={REP-8946. CIMMYT.},​\n ​ year={2001}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Tallontire ea, '​01)"​ | '​book'​ | '​Tallontire,​ Anne; Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg;​ Blowfield, Mick, (2001). //Ethical Consumers And Ethical Trade: A Review Of Current Literature.//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​tallontire2001eca'​ | '​Tallontire,​ Anne; Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg;​ Blowfield, Mick' | '​Ethical Consumers And Ethical Trade: A Review Of Current Literature.'​ | 2001 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@book{tallontire2001ethical,​\n ​ title={Ethical consumers and ethical trade: A review of current literature.},​\n ​ author={Tallontire,​ Anne and Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg and Blowfield, Mick},​\n ​ number={REP-8946. CIMMYT.},​\n ​ year={2001}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Tallontire ea, '​01)"​ | '​book'​ | '​Tallontire,​ Anne; Rentsendorj,​ Erdenechimeg;​ Blowfield, Mick, (2001). //Ethical Consumers And Ethical Trade: A Review Of Current Literature.//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​List2016'​ | 'List, John A; Shogren, Jason F' | 'The Deadweight Loss Of Christmas: Comment'​ | 'The American Economic Review'​ | '​1350--1355'​ | 1998 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​shogren{_}list{_}deadweight116876.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{list1998deadweight,​\n ​ title={The deadweight loss of Christmas: comment},​\n ​ author={List,​ John A and Shogren, Jason F},\n  journal={The American Economic Review},​\n ​ volume={88},​\n ​ number={5},​\n ​ pages={1350--1355},​\n ​ year={1998},​\n ​ publisher={JSTOR}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(List & S, '​98)"​ | '​article'​ | '​88'​ | '​5'​ | 'List, John A; Shogren, Jason F, (1998). //The Deadweight Loss Of Christmas: Comment//. The American Economic Review, 88, 5, 1350--1355.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​List2016'​ | 'List, John A; Shogren, Jason F' | 'The Deadweight Loss Of Christmas: Comment'​ | 'The American Economic Review'​ | '​1350--1355'​ | 1998 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​shogren{_}list{_}deadweight116876.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{list1998deadweight,​\n ​ title={The deadweight loss of Christmas: comment},​\n ​ author={List,​ John A and Shogren, Jason F},\n  journal={The American Economic Review},​\n ​ volume={88},​\n ​ number={5},​\n ​ pages={1350--1355},​\n ​ year={1998},​\n ​ publisher={JSTOR}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(List & S, '​98)"​ | '​article'​ | '​88'​ | '​5'​ | 'List, John A; Shogren, Jason F, (1998). //The Deadweight Loss Of Christmas: Comment//. The American Economic Review, 88, 5, 1350--1355.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​small2007sympathy_s1_s2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul' | '​Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims'​ | '​Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes'​ | '​143--153'​ | 2007 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​smallandloewenstein2007{_}{_}deliberative.pdf'​ | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Small_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {mar},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {102},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {143--153},​\n\tauthor = {Deborah A. Small and George Loewenstein and Paul Slovic},​\n\ttitle = {Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims},​\n\tjournal = {Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes}\n}'​ | 'Basic design has key strengths: Double-blind,​ real donations, distractors,​ careful use of language\n\nTest for framing effect may be too weak; it would be good to see if the same *base* effect occurs with the "​less"​ frame\n'​ | 'Study 1: Explicit debiasing (teaching about the ID victims effect) significantly reduced giving to identifiable victims, and find significant difference from the effect on giving to statistical victims. (Latter effect positive, insignificant;​ bounds?​)\n\nStudy 2: Tests whether this is driven by more/less frame; but is this test powerful enough?​\n\nFurther results on emotional mediators/​channels'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Small ea, '​07)b"​ | ['​recXZm4azaUiCSXNZ'​] | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​);​ related to 'Scope insensitivity''​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias" | ['​recqcNpwLfwMjHADk'​] | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​Possible but unlikely'​ | True | 121 | 265 | True | '​10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005'​ | ['​rec3ky5Z4cLEHt4sd',​ '​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj'​] | ['​recoT78so5JftTG3L'​] | '​Statistical victim effect'​ | 'Study 1' | '​article'​ | '​102'​ | '​2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul, (2007). //Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims//. Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes, 102, 2, 143--153.'​ | ["​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​); ​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias", '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - Quantitative "​impact"​ information'​] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​small2007sympathy_s1_s2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul' | '​Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims'​ | '​Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes'​ | '​143--153'​ | 2007 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​smallandloewenstein2007{_}{_}deliberative.pdf' ​| ['​rectTAIPVFv6mg8qp',​ '​recz3R4tVex6aMPwD'​] ​| ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Small_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {mar},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {102},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {143--153},​\n\tauthor = {Deborah A. Small and George Loewenstein and Paul Slovic},​\n\ttitle = {Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims},​\n\tjournal = {Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes}\n}'​ | 'Basic design has key strengths: Double-blind,​ real donations, distractors,​ careful use of language\n\nTest for framing effect may be too weak; it would be good to see if the same *base* effect occurs with the "​less"​ frame\n'​ | 'Study 1: Explicit debiasing (teaching about the ID victims effect) significantly reduced giving to identifiable victims, and find significant difference from the effect on giving to statistical victims. (Latter effect positive, insignificant;​ bounds?​)\n\nStudy 2: Tests whether this is driven by more/less frame; but is this test powerful enough?​\n\nFurther results on emotional mediators/​channels'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Small ea, '​07)b"​ | ['​recXZm4azaUiCSXNZ'​] | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​);​ related to 'Scope insensitivity''​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias" | ['​recqcNpwLfwMjHADk'​] | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​Possible but unlikely'​ | True | 121 | 265 | True | '​10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005'​ | ['​rec3ky5Z4cLEHt4sd',​ '​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj'​] | ['​recoT78so5JftTG3L'​] | '​Statistical victim effect'​ | 'Study 1' | '​article'​ | '​102'​ | '​2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul, (2007). //Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims//. Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes, 102, 2, 143--153.'​ | ["​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​); ​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias", '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - Quantitative "​impact"​ information'​] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​dohmen2012intergenerational'​ | '​Dohmen,​ Thomas; Falk, Armin; Huffman, David; Sunde, Uwe' | 'The Intergenerational Transmission Of Risk And Trust Attitudes'​ | 'The Review Of Economic Studies'​ | '​645--677'​ | 2011 | "​Recent theories endogenize the attitude endowments of individuals,​ assuming that they are shaped by the attitudes of parents and other role models. This paper tests empirically for the relevance of three aspects of the attitude transmission process highlighted in this theoretical literature: (1) transmission of attitudes from parents to children; (2) an impact of prevailing attitudes in the local environment on child attitudes; and (3) positive assortative mating of parents, which enhances the ability of a parent to pass on his or her attitudes to the child. We focus on two fundamentally important attitudes, willingness to take risks and willingness to trust others. We find empirical support for all three aspects, providing an empirical underpinning for the literature. An investigation of underlying mechanisms shows that socialization is important in the transmission process. Various parental characteristics and aspects of family structure are found to strengthen the socialization process, with implications for modeling the socialization production function and for policies focused on affecting children'​s non-cognitive skills. The paper also provides evidence that the transmission of risk and trust attitudes affects a wide variety of child outcomes, implying a potentially large total effect on children'​s economic situation."​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{dohmen2011intergenerational,​\n ​ title={The intergenerational transmission of risk and trust attitudes},​\n ​ author={Dohmen,​ Thomas and Falk, Armin and Huffman, David and Sunde, Uwe},​\n ​ journal={The Review of Economic Studies},​\n ​ volume={79},​\n ​ number={2},​\n ​ pages={645--677},​\n ​ year={2011},​\n ​ publisher={Oxford University Press}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Dohmen ea, '​11)"​ | '​article'​ | '​79'​ | '​2'​ | '​Dohmen,​ Thomas; Falk, Armin; Huffman, David; Sunde, Uwe, (2011). //The Intergenerational Transmission Of Risk And Trust Attitudes//​. The Review Of Economic Studies, 79, 2, 645--677.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​dohmen2012intergenerational'​ | '​Dohmen,​ Thomas; Falk, Armin; Huffman, David; Sunde, Uwe' | 'The Intergenerational Transmission Of Risk And Trust Attitudes'​ | 'The Review Of Economic Studies'​ | '​645--677'​ | 2011 | "​Recent theories endogenize the attitude endowments of individuals,​ assuming that they are shaped by the attitudes of parents and other role models. This paper tests empirically for the relevance of three aspects of the attitude transmission process highlighted in this theoretical literature: (1) transmission of attitudes from parents to children; (2) an impact of prevailing attitudes in the local environment on child attitudes; and (3) positive assortative mating of parents, which enhances the ability of a parent to pass on his or her attitudes to the child. We focus on two fundamentally important attitudes, willingness to take risks and willingness to trust others. We find empirical support for all three aspects, providing an empirical underpinning for the literature. An investigation of underlying mechanisms shows that socialization is important in the transmission process. Various parental characteristics and aspects of family structure are found to strengthen the socialization process, with implications for modeling the socialization production function and for policies focused on affecting children'​s non-cognitive skills. The paper also provides evidence that the transmission of risk and trust attitudes affects a wide variety of child outcomes, implying a potentially large total effect on children'​s economic situation."​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{dohmen2011intergenerational,​\n ​ title={The intergenerational transmission of risk and trust attitudes},​\n ​ author={Dohmen,​ Thomas and Falk, Armin and Huffman, David and Sunde, Uwe},​\n ​ journal={The Review of Economic Studies},​\n ​ volume={79},​\n ​ number={2},​\n ​ pages={645--677},​\n ​ year={2011},​\n ​ publisher={Oxford University Press}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Dohmen ea, '​11)"​ | '​article'​ | '​79'​ | '​2'​ | '​Dohmen,​ Thomas; Falk, Armin; Huffman, David; Sunde, Uwe, (2011). //The Intergenerational Transmission Of Risk And Trust Attitudes//​. The Review Of Economic Studies, 79, 2, 645--677.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Heckman2015'​ | '​Heckman,​ James; Pinto, Rodrigo'​ | '​Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying The Sources Of Treatment Effects From Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies With Unmeasured And Mismeasured Inputs'​ | '​Econometric Reviews'​ | 2013 | 'This paper presents an econometric mediation analysis. It considers identification of production functions and the sources of output effects (treatment effects) from experimental interventions when some inputs are mismeasured and others are entirely omitted.'​ | ['​Measurement error',​ '​Mediation analysis',​ '​Missing inputs',​ '​Production function'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​econometrics and NL ed/​heckman{_}pinto{_}Econometric Mediation Analyses Identifying the Sources of Treatment Effects from Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies with Unmeasured and.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{Heckman_2013,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w19314},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw19314},​\n\tyear = 2013,​\n\tmonth = {aug},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {James Heckman and Rodrigo Pinto},​\n\ttitle = {Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying the Sources of Treatment Effects from Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies with Unmeasured and Mismeasured Inputs}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Heckman & P, '​13)"​ | 0 | '​10.3386/​w19314'​ | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Heckman,​ James; Pinto, Rodrigo, (2013). //​Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying The Sources Of Treatment Effects From Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies With Unmeasured And Mismeasured Inputs//. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Heckman2015'​ | '​Heckman,​ James; Pinto, Rodrigo'​ | '​Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying The Sources Of Treatment Effects From Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies With Unmeasured And Mismeasured Inputs'​ | '​Econometric Reviews'​ | 2013 | 'This paper presents an econometric mediation analysis. It considers identification of production functions and the sources of output effects (treatment effects) from experimental interventions when some inputs are mismeasured and others are entirely omitted.'​ | ['​Measurement error',​ '​Mediation analysis',​ '​Missing inputs',​ '​Production function'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​econometrics and NL ed/​heckman{_}pinto{_}Econometric Mediation Analyses Identifying the Sources of Treatment Effects from Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies with Unmeasured and.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{Heckman_2013,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w19314},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw19314},​\n\tyear = 2013,​\n\tmonth = {aug},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {James Heckman and Rodrigo Pinto},​\n\ttitle = {Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying the Sources of Treatment Effects from Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies with Unmeasured and Mismeasured Inputs}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Heckman & P, '​13)"​ | 0 | '​10.3386/​w19314'​ | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Heckman,​ James; Pinto, Rodrigo, (2013). //​Econometric Mediation Analyses: Identifying The Sources Of Treatment Effects From Experimentally Estimated Production Technologies With Unmeasured And Mismeasured Inputs//. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
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 | '​karlan2017effect'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; Wood, Daniel H.' | 'The Effect Of Effectiveness:​ Donor Response To Aid Effectiveness In A Direct Mail Fundraising Experiment'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​1--8'​ | 2017 | '​http://​www.nber.org/​papers/​w20047'​ | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4',​ '​recz3R4tVex6aMPwD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Karlan_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2016.05.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2016.05.005},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {1--8},​\n\tauthor = {Dean Karlan and Daniel H. Wood},​\n\ttitle = {The effect of effectiveness:​ Donor response to aid effectiveness in a direct mail fundraising experiment},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'First wave treatment was an non-numerical indicator of the method\'​s credibility: ​ \n> "​According to studies on our programs in Peru that used rigorous scientific methodologies,​ women who have received both loans and business education saw their profits grow"; in first wave the strong emotional appeal was present for both control and treatment. ​ \n\nThe second wave treatment was quantitative \n> That is why we have coordinated with independent researchers [at Yale University] to conduct scientifically rigorous impact studies of our programs.In Peru they found that women who were offered our Credit with Education program had 16% higher profits in their businesses than those who were not, and they increased profits in bad months by 27%!\n\n... and it  also *removed* the emotional component (for the treatment, retained for the control).\n\nThey report the *net* effect of both treatments. A re-analysis of the raw data could be very helpful.\n\n\n<​airtable:​mention id="​menk4OzwZMtIepN5z">​@Alexis Carlier</​airtable:​mention>​\xa0'​ | '​Treatment may be entangled with "Yale researchers"​ effect (check this; hidden in final version). ' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | '​@'​ | "​(Karlan & W, '​17)"​ | '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - ' | True | 2 | 4 | True | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2016.05.005'​ | ['​rec5rsTJpr0bIP1yP'​] | ['​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn'​] | ['​recgRaaQ9fYn9h6Zl'​] | ['​recmCQeSWLNv7qePK'​] | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; Wood, Daniel H., (2017). //​[[http://​www.nber.org/​papers/​w20047|The Effect Of Effectiveness:​ Donor Response To Aid Effectiveness In A Direct Mail Fundraising Experiment]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 1--8.' | ['​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - ', '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - Quantitative "​impact"​ information'​] | '​complete'​ |  | | '​karlan2017effect'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; Wood, Daniel H.' | 'The Effect Of Effectiveness:​ Donor Response To Aid Effectiveness In A Direct Mail Fundraising Experiment'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​1--8'​ | 2017 | '​http://​www.nber.org/​papers/​w20047'​ | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4',​ '​recz3R4tVex6aMPwD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Karlan_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2016.05.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2016.05.005},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {1--8},​\n\tauthor = {Dean Karlan and Daniel H. Wood},​\n\ttitle = {The effect of effectiveness:​ Donor response to aid effectiveness in a direct mail fundraising experiment},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'First wave treatment was an non-numerical indicator of the method\'​s credibility: ​ \n> "​According to studies on our programs in Peru that used rigorous scientific methodologies,​ women who have received both loans and business education saw their profits grow"; in first wave the strong emotional appeal was present for both control and treatment. ​ \n\nThe second wave treatment was quantitative \n> That is why we have coordinated with independent researchers [at Yale University] to conduct scientifically rigorous impact studies of our programs.In Peru they found that women who were offered our Credit with Education program had 16% higher profits in their businesses than those who were not, and they increased profits in bad months by 27%!\n\n... and it  also *removed* the emotional component (for the treatment, retained for the control).\n\nThey report the *net* effect of both treatments. A re-analysis of the raw data could be very helpful.\n\n\n<​airtable:​mention id="​menk4OzwZMtIepN5z">​@Alexis Carlier</​airtable:​mention>​\xa0'​ | '​Treatment may be entangled with "Yale researchers"​ effect (check this; hidden in final version). ' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | '​@'​ | "​(Karlan & W, '​17)"​ | '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - ' | True | 2 | 4 | True | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2016.05.005'​ | ['​rec5rsTJpr0bIP1yP'​] | ['​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn'​] | ['​recgRaaQ9fYn9h6Zl'​] | ['​recmCQeSWLNv7qePK'​] | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; Wood, Daniel H., (2017). //​[[http://​www.nber.org/​papers/​w20047|The Effect Of Effectiveness:​ Donor Response To Aid Effectiveness In A Direct Mail Fundraising Experiment]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 1--8.' | ['​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - ', '​Charity effectiveness (info/​deliberation) - Quantitative "​impact"​ information'​] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Haynes'​ | '​Haynes,​ Laura; Goldacre, Ben; Torgerson, David; others'​ | 'Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy With Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office'​ | 2012 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​test learn adapt - TLA-1906126.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{haynes2012test,​\n ​ title={Test,​ Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy with Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office},​\n ​ author={Haynes,​ Laura and Goldacre, Ben and Torgerson, David and others},​\n ​ year={2012},​\n ​ institution={Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Haynes ea, '​12)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team' | '​Haynes,​ Laura; Goldacre, Ben; Torgerson, David; others, (2012). //Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy With Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office//. Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team.' | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Haynes'​ | '​Haynes,​ Laura; Goldacre, Ben; Torgerson, David; others'​ | 'Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy With Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office'​ | 2012 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​test learn adapt - TLA-1906126.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{haynes2012test,​\n ​ title={Test,​ Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy with Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office},​\n ​ author={Haynes,​ Laura and Goldacre, Ben and Torgerson, David and others},​\n ​ year={2012},​\n ​ institution={Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Haynes ea, '​12)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team' | '​Haynes,​ Laura; Goldacre, Ben; Torgerson, David; others, (2012). //Test, Learn, Adapt: Developing Public Policy With Randomised Controlled Trials| Cabinet Office//. Cabinet Office Behavioural Insights Team.' | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​Landry2010'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas'​ | 'Is A Donor In Hand Better Than Two In The Bush? Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment'​ | '​American Economic Review'​ | 2008 | '​Solicitor characteristics;​ Gift for donors; Quality ratings'​ | '​http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.352.3021&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf'​ | ['​Environmental and Energy Economics',​ '​Public Economi'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​w14319.pdf'​ | ['​recXw6RVjy8vEQ7LH',​ '​recW5Jv2N4cino1XL'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{Landry_2008,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w14319},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw14319},​\n\tyear = 2008,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Craig Landry and Andreas Lange and John List and Michael Price and Nicholas Rupp},​\n\ttitle = {Is a Donor in Hand Better than Two in the Bush? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | ['​recX6okpYt5ScwJIN',​ '​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​recPCTdS4YBAwev4s'​] | "​(Landry ea, '​08)"​ | ['USA - Research'​] | '​Indirectly'​ | True | 5 | 1 | True | '​10.3386/​w14319'​ | '"​why they remain committed to the cause"'​ | 'check this' | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas, (2008). //​[[http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.352.3021&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf|Is A Donor In Hand Better Than Two In The Bush? Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment]]//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | ['​Solicitor characteristics - ', '​Conditional gift (reward for donating) - ', "​Donors'​ history - "] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​Landry2010'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas'​ | 'Is A Donor In Hand Better Than Two In The Bush? Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment'​ | '​American Economic Review'​ | 2008 | '​Solicitor characteristics;​ Gift for donors; Quality ratings'​ | '​http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.352.3021&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf'​ | ['​Environmental and Energy Economics',​ '​Public Economi'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​w14319.pdf' ​| ['​recMthABt13wmjvH7',​ '​recTPAVb7Yimuz7B5',​ '​recA4THDQ4cBCKfza'​] ​| ['​recXw6RVjy8vEQ7LH',​ '​recW5Jv2N4cino1XL'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{Landry_2008,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w14319},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw14319},​\n\tyear = 2008,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Craig Landry and Andreas Lange and John List and Michael Price and Nicholas Rupp},​\n\ttitle = {Is a Donor in Hand Better than Two in the Bush? Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | ['​recX6okpYt5ScwJIN',​ '​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​recPCTdS4YBAwev4s'​] | "​(Landry ea, '​08)"​ | ['USA - Research'​] | '​Indirectly'​ | True | 5 | 1 | True | '​10.3386/​w14319'​ | '"​why they remain committed to the cause"'​ | 'check this' | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas, (2008). //​[[http://​citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/​viewdoc/​download?​doi=10.1.1.352.3021&​rep=rep1&​type=pdf|Is A Donor In Hand Better Than Two In The Bush? Evidence From A Natural Field Experiment]]//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | ['​Solicitor characteristics - ', '​Conditional gift (reward for donating) - ', "​Donors'​ history - "] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​arulampalam2015unofficial'​ | '​Arulampalam,​ Wiji; Backus, Peter G.; Micklewright,​ John' | "​Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model Of Development Charities'​ Donation Income"​ | '​Oxford Bulletin Of Economics And Statistics'​ | '​191--209'​ | 2014 | '​Yes'​ | "​@article{Arulampalam_2014,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​obes.12063},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fobes.12063},​\n\tyear = 2014,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {77},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {191--209},​\n\tauthor = {Wiji Arulampalam and Peter G. Backus and John Micklewright},​\n\ttitle = {Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model of Development Charities'​ Donation Income},​\n\tjournal = {Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics}\n}"​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Arulampalam ea, '​14)"​ | 1 | '​10.1111/​obes.12063'​ | '​article'​ | '​77'​ | '​2'​ | "​Arulampalam,​ Wiji; Backus, Peter G.; Micklewright,​ John, (2014). //​Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model Of Development Charities'​ Donation Income//. Oxford Bulletin Of Economics And Statistics, 77, 2, 191--209."​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​arulampalam2015unofficial'​ | '​Arulampalam,​ Wiji; Backus, Peter G.; Micklewright,​ John' | "​Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model Of Development Charities'​ Donation Income"​ | '​Oxford Bulletin Of Economics And Statistics'​ | '​191--209'​ | 2014 | '​Yes'​ | "​@article{Arulampalam_2014,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​obes.12063},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fobes.12063},​\n\tyear = 2014,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {77},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {191--209},​\n\tauthor = {Wiji Arulampalam and Peter G. Backus and John Micklewright},​\n\ttitle = {Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model of Development Charities'​ Donation Income},​\n\tjournal = {Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics}\n}"​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Arulampalam ea, '​14)"​ | 1 | '​10.1111/​obes.12063'​ | '​article'​ | '​77'​ | '​2'​ | "​Arulampalam,​ Wiji; Backus, Peter G.; Micklewright,​ John, (2014). //​Unofficial Development Assistance: A Model Of Development Charities'​ Donation Income//. Oxford Bulletin Of Economics And Statistics, 77, 2, 191--209."​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​bergh_WIP'​ | 'No Paper, Just A Presentation At Spi' | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | ['​reck0QSEYSiLTTd2z'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | ['​recgRaaQ9fYn9h6Zl'​] | "Cost effectiveness information may turn off System-1 and reduce giving; statistics diminish impact of '​identifiable victim'"​ | True | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​bergh_WIP'​ | 'No Paper, Just A Presentation At Spi' | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | ['​reck0QSEYSiLTTd2z'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | ['​recgRaaQ9fYn9h6Zl'​] | "Cost effectiveness information may turn off System-1 and reduce giving; statistics diminish impact of '​identifiable victim'"​ | True | '​incomplete'​ |  |
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 | '​andreoni2003government'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A. Abigail'​ | 'Do Government Grants To Private Charities Crowd Out Giving Or Fund-Raising?'​ | '​American Economic Review'​ | '​792--812'​ | 2003 | ['​crowding out', '​philanthropy',​ '​public economics'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Andreoni_2003,​\n\tdoi = {10.1257/​000282803322157098},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1257%2F000282803322157098},​\n\tyear = 2003,​\n\tmonth = {may},​\n\tpublisher = {American Economic Association},​\n\tvolume = {93},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {792--812},​\n\tauthor = {James Andreoni and A. Abigail Payne},​\n\ttitle = {Do Government Grants to Private Charities Crowd Out Giving or Fund-raising?​},​\n\tjournal = {American Economic Review}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Andreoni & P, '​03)"​ | 156 | '​10.1257/​000282803322157098'​ | '​article'​ | '​93'​ | '​3'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A. Abigail, (2003). //Do Government Grants To Private Charities Crowd Out Giving Or Fund-Raising?//​. American Economic Review, 93, 3, 792--812.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​andreoni2003government'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A. Abigail'​ | 'Do Government Grants To Private Charities Crowd Out Giving Or Fund-Raising?'​ | '​American Economic Review'​ | '​792--812'​ | 2003 | ['​crowding out', '​philanthropy',​ '​public economics'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Andreoni_2003,​\n\tdoi = {10.1257/​000282803322157098},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1257%2F000282803322157098},​\n\tyear = 2003,​\n\tmonth = {may},​\n\tpublisher = {American Economic Association},​\n\tvolume = {93},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {792--812},​\n\tauthor = {James Andreoni and A. Abigail Payne},​\n\ttitle = {Do Government Grants to Private Charities Crowd Out Giving or Fund-raising?​},​\n\tjournal = {American Economic Review}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Andreoni & P, '​03)"​ | 156 | '​10.1257/​000282803322157098'​ | '​article'​ | '​93'​ | '​3'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A. Abigail, (2003). //Do Government Grants To Private Charities Crowd Out Giving Or Fund-Raising?//​. American Economic Review, 93, 3, 792--812.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Potter2008'​ | '​Potter,​ Vanessa; Scales, Jonathan'​ | '​Review Of Payroll Giving'​ | 2008 | '​http://​www.payrollgivingcentre.com/​attachments/​Payroll Giving Review.pdf'​ | ['​philanthropy'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Potter,​ Scales - 2008 - Review of payroll giving.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{potter2008review,​\n ​ title={Review of payroll giving},​\n ​ author={Potter,​ Vanessa and Scales, Jonathan},​\n ​ journal={London:​ Strategy Complete},​\n ​ year={2008}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Potter & S, '​08)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Potter,​ Vanessa; Scales, Jonathan, (2008). //​[[http://​www.payrollgivingcentre.com/​attachments/​Payroll Giving Review.pdf|Review Of Payroll Giving]]//. .' | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Potter2008'​ | '​Potter,​ Vanessa; Scales, Jonathan'​ | '​Review Of Payroll Giving'​ | 2008 | '​http://​www.payrollgivingcentre.com/​attachments/​Payroll Giving Review.pdf'​ | ['​philanthropy'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Potter,​ Scales - 2008 - Review of payroll giving.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{potter2008review,​\n ​ title={Review of payroll giving},​\n ​ author={Potter,​ Vanessa and Scales, Jonathan},​\n ​ journal={London:​ Strategy Complete},​\n ​ year={2008}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Potter & S, '​08)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Potter,​ Vanessa; Scales, Jonathan, (2008). //​[[http://​www.payrollgivingcentre.com/​attachments/​Payroll Giving Review.pdf|Review Of Payroll Giving]]//. .' | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​null2011warm'​ | 'Null, C.' | 'Warm Glow, Information,​ And Inefficient Charitable Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​455--465'​ | 2011 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Null - 2011 - Warm glow, information,​ and inefficient charitable giving(2).pdf'​ | ['​recASMcT7IkdzfmJT'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Null_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2010.06.018},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2010.06.018},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {95},​\n\tnumber = {5-6},​\n\tpages = {455--465},​\n\tauthor = {C. Null},​\n\ttitle = {Warm glow, information,​ and inefficient charitable giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | 'Why donors give to multiple charities is a bit of a puzzle; ​ given most  people\'​s small contributions, ​ the effectiveness of each charity is not likely to diminish in their contribution; ​ thus one charity is likely to be the most effective. People may be exactly indifferent between these, perceiving them to yield the same marginal benefit. ​ If this were the case, lowering the price (increasing the matching rate)  for one of these charities should get them to shift all their donation to that charity. ​ However, ​ participants in this experiment shift the donations only somewhat ​ in response to this,  which could be attributed to a form of "risk aversion"​ over  the charity\'​s impact, or a version of "warm glow" (with a diminishing marginal warm glow in the amount given to each charity). ​ Introducing exogenous risks over matching rates ...  roughly 2/3 of those that choose to shift only imperfectly are not measured to be "risk averse"​. \n\nHer experiments were run both at Kiwanis/​Rotary clubs  and with "​professional subjects"​ (university ​ administrators?​) ​ at the Berkeley X-lab; ​ the former strictly involved allocations *among* ​ charities, in the latter case what was not given away could be kept. For the main reported treatments, ​ participants made a series of decisions under different incentives (mostly on the same pages and thus simultaneously?​). The "​prize"​ was $100;  in each session only one decision from one subject was chosen.\n\nNull includes an experiment on "donor control" ​ in the same paper, ​ which is fairly distinct (we will report this separately).\n\nAbstract\n>​ ... revealed preference data from a lab experiment in which more than 200 real-world donors decide how to divide a gift between a charity they currently support and a set of international development charities. Most subjects simultaneously give to multiple development charities that have similar mission statements. This is true even when the social benefit of gifts, proxied by the matching rates received by the charities, are not equal. ... Subjects forfeited social surplus (matching funds) equal to 25% of the value of their gifts. ...  Few subjects were willing to pay for information that could have enabled them to increase the social benefit of their gifts. \n\n> By exogenously varying the marginal social benefit of a gift and the risk associated with this marginal social benefit, my experimental design allows me to distinguish subjects who give to multiple charities because they are perfect substitutes from those who split their gifts ineficiently,​ and to identify the source of these ineficiencies as either being attributable to warm glow or risk aversion.\n\n> ​ When they were told the distribution of matching rates but not how the rates would be assigned to charities, only 40% of subjects were willing to give up a small portion of their endowments in order to  nd out which charity would receive the highest rate; the rest preferred to allocate their gifts without knowing what they would be worth to the charities. ' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Null,​ '​11)"​ | ['​recIwJII0RnVDvCLx',​ '​recfpuv8sOMVuRC5K'​] | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | '​checked'​ | 24 | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2010.06.018'​ | ['​recGmaHBj3V6fsk3Q'​] | '​article'​ | '​95'​ | '​5-6'​ | 'Null, C., (2011). //Warm Glow, Information,​ And Inefficient Charitable Giving//. Journal Of Public Economics, 95, 5-6, 455--465.'​ | True | ['c - Donor choice - '] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​null2011warm'​ | 'Null, C.' | 'Warm Glow, Information,​ And Inefficient Charitable Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​455--465'​ | 2011 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Null - 2011 - Warm glow, information,​ and inefficient charitable giving(2).pdf' ​| ['​recASMcT7IkdzfmJT'​] ​| ['​recASMcT7IkdzfmJT'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Null_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2010.06.018},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2010.06.018},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {jun},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {95},​\n\tnumber = {5-6},​\n\tpages = {455--465},​\n\tauthor = {C. Null},​\n\ttitle = {Warm glow, information,​ and inefficient charitable giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | 'Why donors give to multiple charities is a bit of a puzzle; ​ given most  people\'​s small contributions, ​ the effectiveness of each charity is not likely to diminish in their contribution; ​ thus one charity is likely to be the most effective. People may be exactly indifferent between these, perceiving them to yield the same marginal benefit. ​ If this were the case, lowering the price (increasing the matching rate)  for one of these charities should get them to shift all their donation to that charity. ​ However, ​ participants in this experiment shift the donations only somewhat ​ in response to this,  which could be attributed to a form of "risk aversion"​ over  the charity\'​s impact, or a version of "warm glow" (with a diminishing marginal warm glow in the amount given to each charity). ​ Introducing exogenous risks over matching rates ...  roughly 2/3 of those that choose to shift only imperfectly are not measured to be "risk averse"​. \n\nHer experiments were run both at Kiwanis/​Rotary clubs  and with "​professional subjects"​ (university ​ administrators?​) ​ at the Berkeley X-lab; ​ the former strictly involved allocations *among* ​ charities, in the latter case what was not given away could be kept. For the main reported treatments, ​ participants made a series of decisions under different incentives (mostly on the same pages and thus simultaneously?​). The "​prize"​ was $100;  in each session only one decision from one subject was chosen.\n\nNull includes an experiment on "donor control" ​ in the same paper, ​ which is fairly distinct (we will report this separately).\n\nAbstract\n>​ ... revealed preference data from a lab experiment in which more than 200 real-world donors decide how to divide a gift between a charity they currently support and a set of international development charities. Most subjects simultaneously give to multiple development charities that have similar mission statements. This is true even when the social benefit of gifts, proxied by the matching rates received by the charities, are not equal. ... Subjects forfeited social surplus (matching funds) equal to 25% of the value of their gifts. ...  Few subjects were willing to pay for information that could have enabled them to increase the social benefit of their gifts. \n\n> By exogenously varying the marginal social benefit of a gift and the risk associated with this marginal social benefit, my experimental design allows me to distinguish subjects who give to multiple charities because they are perfect substitutes from those who split their gifts ineficiently,​ and to identify the source of these ineficiencies as either being attributable to warm glow or risk aversion.\n\n> ​ When they were told the distribution of matching rates but not how the rates would be assigned to charities, only 40% of subjects were willing to give up a small portion of their endowments in order to  nd out which charity would receive the highest rate; the rest preferred to allocate their gifts without knowing what they would be worth to the charities. ' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Null,​ '​11)"​ | ['​recIwJII0RnVDvCLx',​ '​recfpuv8sOMVuRC5K'​] | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | '​checked'​ | 24 | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2010.06.018'​ | ['​recGmaHBj3V6fsk3Q'​] | '​article'​ | '​95'​ | '​5-6'​ | 'Null, C., (2011). //Warm Glow, Information,​ And Inefficient Charitable Giving//. Journal Of Public Economics, 95, 5-6, 455--465.'​ | True | ['c - Donor choice - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​sargeant2007gift'​ | '​Sargeant,​ Adrian; Woodliffe, Lucy' | 'Gift Giving: An Interdisciplinary Review'​ | '​International Journal Of Nonprofit And Voluntary Sector Marketing'​ | '​275--307'​ | 2007 | ['​philanthropy',​ '​surveys'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​Gift-giving-an-interdisciplinary-review.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sargeant_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1002/​nvsm.308},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1002%2Fnvsm.308},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {12},​\n\tnumber = {4},​\n\tpages = {275--307},​\n\tauthor = {Adrian Sargeant and Lucy Woodliffe},​\n\ttitle = {Gift giving: an interdisciplinary review},​\n\tjournal = {International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sargeant & W, '​07)"​ | 84 | True | '​10.1002/​nvsm.308'​ | ['​recxMUn7pg4xlal2s'​] | '​article'​ | '​12'​ | '​4'​ | '​Sargeant,​ Adrian; Woodliffe, Lucy, (2007). //Gift Giving: An Interdisciplinary Review//. International Journal Of Nonprofit And Voluntary Sector Marketing, 12, 4, 275--307.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​sargeant2007gift'​ | '​Sargeant,​ Adrian; Woodliffe, Lucy' | 'Gift Giving: An Interdisciplinary Review'​ | '​International Journal Of Nonprofit And Voluntary Sector Marketing'​ | '​275--307'​ | 2007 | ['​philanthropy',​ '​surveys'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​Gift-giving-an-interdisciplinary-review.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Sargeant_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1002/​nvsm.308},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1002%2Fnvsm.308},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {12},​\n\tnumber = {4},​\n\tpages = {275--307},​\n\tauthor = {Adrian Sargeant and Lucy Woodliffe},​\n\ttitle = {Gift giving: an interdisciplinary review},​\n\tjournal = {International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Sargeant & W, '​07)"​ | 84 | True | '​10.1002/​nvsm.308'​ | ['​recxMUn7pg4xlal2s'​] | '​article'​ | '​12'​ | '​4'​ | '​Sargeant,​ Adrian; Woodliffe, Lucy, (2007). //Gift Giving: An Interdisciplinary Review//. International Journal Of Nonprofit And Voluntary Sector Marketing, 12, 4, 275--307.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Ciaraswork'​ | '​Survey'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​Ciaraswork'​ | '​Survey'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  |
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 | '​Reinstein2012a'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Song, Joon' | '​Efficient Consumer Altruism And Fair Trade Products'​ | '​Journal Of Economics & Management Strategy'​ | '​213--241'​ | 2012 | "​Consumers have shown a willingness to pay a premium for products labeled as “FT” and a preference for retailers that are seen to be more generous to their suppliers/​employees. A FT product is essentially a bundle of a base product and a donation to the supplier (e.g., a coffee farmer). An altruistic rational consumer will only choose this bundle if doing so is less expensive than buying the base product and making a direct donation. For FT to be sustainable either in a competitive equilibrium or in a monopolistic environment this bundling must yield an efficiency. This efficiency is generated in the following context. A supplier'​s investment reduces the retailer'​s cost or boosts the final product'​s quality, but this investment is not immediately observable and cannot be enforced, hence there exists a moral hazard problem. In this environment,​ the altruism of the consumer can facilitate a more efficient contract: by paying the supplier more the retailer can both extract more consumer surplus and increase the level of contracted investment, while preserving the supplier'​s incentive compatibility constraint. We assess our model in the context of the coffee industry."​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Reinstein_2012,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​j.1530-9134.2011.00323.x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fj.1530-9134.2011.00323.x},​\n\tyear = 2012,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {21},​\n\tnumber = {1},​\n\tpages = {213--241},​\n\tauthor = {David Reinstein and Joon Song},​\n\ttitle = {Efficient Consumer Altruism and Fair Trade Products},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economics {\\&} Management Strategy}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Reinstein & S, '​12)"​ | 10 | '​10.1111/​j.1530-9134.2011.00323.x'​ | ['​recRzl222bBXI2uIX'​] | '​article'​ | '​21'​ | '​1'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Song, Joon, (2012). //Efficient Consumer Altruism And Fair Trade Products//. Journal Of Economics & Management Strategy, 21, 1, 213--241.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Reinstein2012a'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Song, Joon' | '​Efficient Consumer Altruism And Fair Trade Products'​ | '​Journal Of Economics & Management Strategy'​ | '​213--241'​ | 2012 | "​Consumers have shown a willingness to pay a premium for products labeled as “FT” and a preference for retailers that are seen to be more generous to their suppliers/​employees. A FT product is essentially a bundle of a base product and a donation to the supplier (e.g., a coffee farmer). An altruistic rational consumer will only choose this bundle if doing so is less expensive than buying the base product and making a direct donation. For FT to be sustainable either in a competitive equilibrium or in a monopolistic environment this bundling must yield an efficiency. This efficiency is generated in the following context. A supplier'​s investment reduces the retailer'​s cost or boosts the final product'​s quality, but this investment is not immediately observable and cannot be enforced, hence there exists a moral hazard problem. In this environment,​ the altruism of the consumer can facilitate a more efficient contract: by paying the supplier more the retailer can both extract more consumer surplus and increase the level of contracted investment, while preserving the supplier'​s incentive compatibility constraint. We assess our model in the context of the coffee industry."​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Reinstein_2012,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​j.1530-9134.2011.00323.x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fj.1530-9134.2011.00323.x},​\n\tyear = 2012,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {21},​\n\tnumber = {1},​\n\tpages = {213--241},​\n\tauthor = {David Reinstein and Joon Song},​\n\ttitle = {Efficient Consumer Altruism and Fair Trade Products},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economics {\\&} Management Strategy}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Reinstein & S, '​12)"​ | 10 | '​10.1111/​j.1530-9134.2011.00323.x'​ | ['​recRzl222bBXI2uIX'​] | '​article'​ | '​21'​ | '​1'​ | '​Reinstein,​ David; Song, Joon, (2012). //Efficient Consumer Altruism And Fair Trade Products//. Journal Of Economics & Management Strategy, 21, 1, 213--241.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Meer2017'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan'​ | 'Are Overhead Costs A Good Guide For Charitable Giving?'​ | 'Iza World Of Labor' | 2017 | ['​recK4EPdmWY5Gm8tc'​] | '​@article{Meer_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.15185/​izawol.329},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.15185%2Fizawol.329},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tpublisher = {Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit {GmbH}},​\n\tauthor = {Jonathan Meer},​\n\ttitle = {Are overhead costs a good guide for charitable giving?​},​\n\tjournal = {{IZA} World of Labor}\n}'​ | "​(Meer,​ '​17)"​ | 0 | '​10.15185/​izawol.329'​ | ['​recEG6zkVJJj6Hjtd'​] | '​article'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan, (2017). //Are Overhead Costs A Good Guide For Charitable Giving?//. Iza World Of Labor, , , .' | True | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Meer2017'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan'​ | 'Are Overhead Costs A Good Guide For Charitable Giving?'​ | 'Iza World Of Labor' | 2017 | ['​recK4EPdmWY5Gm8tc'​] | '​@article{Meer_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.15185/​izawol.329},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.15185%2Fizawol.329},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tpublisher = {Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit {GmbH}},​\n\tauthor = {Jonathan Meer},​\n\ttitle = {Are overhead costs a good guide for charitable giving?​},​\n\tjournal = {{IZA} World of Labor}\n}'​ | "​(Meer,​ '​17)"​ | 0 | '​10.15185/​izawol.329'​ | ['​recEG6zkVJJj6Hjtd'​] | '​article'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan, (2017). //Are Overhead Costs A Good Guide For Charitable Giving?//. Iza World Of Labor, , , .' | True | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​kogut2005identified'​ | '​Kogut,​ Tehila; Ritov, Ilana' | 'The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral Decision Making'​ | '​157--167'​ | 2005 | '​http://​pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/​~msiritov/​KogutRitovIdentified.pdf'​ | ['​rectTAIPVFv6mg8qp'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Kogut_2005,​\n\tdoi = {10.1002/​bdm.492},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1002%2Fbdm.492},​\n\tyear = 2005,​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {18},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {157--167},​\n\tauthor = {Tehila Kogut and Ilana Ritov},​\n\ttitle = {The identified victim effect: an identified group, or just a single individual?​},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral Decision Making}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity',​ '​Hypothetical/​intentional experiment'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Kogut & R, '​05)a"​ | ['​Medical care - Israel'​] | '​Evaluation mode - ' | 199 | True | '​10.1002/​bdm.492'​ | ['​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn',​ '​recpHfc0SiHjVefJT'​] | ['​rec7tTvhnfI3cW5AM'​] | '​Statistical victim effect'​ | '​article'​ | '​18'​ | '​3'​ | '​Kogut,​ Tehila; Ritov, Ilana, (2005). //​[[http://​pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/​~msiritov/​KogutRitovIdentified.pdf|The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?​]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral Decision Making, 18, 3, 157--167.'​ | ['​Evaluation mode - '] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​kogut2005identified'​ | '​Kogut,​ Tehila; Ritov, Ilana' | 'The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral Decision Making'​ | '​157--167'​ | 2005 | '​http://​pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/​~msiritov/​KogutRitovIdentified.pdf' ​| ['​recDw9e6JgiXD4g2v'​] ​| ['​rectTAIPVFv6mg8qp'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Kogut_2005,​\n\tdoi = {10.1002/​bdm.492},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1002%2Fbdm.492},​\n\tyear = 2005,​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {18},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {157--167},​\n\tauthor = {Tehila Kogut and Ilana Ritov},​\n\ttitle = {The identified victim effect: an identified group, or just a single individual?​},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral Decision Making}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity',​ '​Hypothetical/​intentional experiment'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Kogut & R, '​05)a"​ | ['​Medical care - Israel'​] | '​Evaluation mode - ' | 199 | True | '​10.1002/​bdm.492'​ | ['​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn',​ '​recpHfc0SiHjVefJT'​] | ['​rec7tTvhnfI3cW5AM'​] | '​Statistical victim effect'​ | '​article'​ | '​18'​ | '​3'​ | '​Kogut,​ Tehila; Ritov, Ilana, (2005). //​[[http://​pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/​~msiritov/​KogutRitovIdentified.pdf|The Identified Victim Effect: An Identified Group, Or Just A Single Individual?​]]//​. Journal Of Behavioral Decision Making, 18, 3, 157--167.'​ | ['​Evaluation mode - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​croson2001erc'​ | '​Croson,​ Rachel; Marks, Melanie'​ | 'The Effect Of Recommended Contributions In The Voluntary Provision Of Public Goods' | '​Economic Inquiry'​ | '​238--249'​ | 2001 | ['​fundraising',​ '​philanthropy'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{croson2001effect,​\n ​ title={The effect of recommended contributions in the voluntary provision of public goods},​\n ​ author={Croson,​ Rachel and Marks, Melanie},​\n ​ journal={Economic Inquiry},​\n ​ volume={39},​\n ​ number={2},​\n ​ pages={238--249},​\n ​ year={2001},​\n ​ publisher={Wiley Online Library}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Croson & M, '​01)"​ | '​article'​ | '​39'​ | '​2'​ | '​Croson,​ Rachel; Marks, Melanie, (2001). //The Effect Of Recommended Contributions In The Voluntary Provision Of Public Goods//. Economic Inquiry, 39, 2, 238--249.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​croson2001erc'​ | '​Croson,​ Rachel; Marks, Melanie'​ | 'The Effect Of Recommended Contributions In The Voluntary Provision Of Public Goods' | '​Economic Inquiry'​ | '​238--249'​ | 2001 | ['​fundraising',​ '​philanthropy'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{croson2001effect,​\n ​ title={The effect of recommended contributions in the voluntary provision of public goods},​\n ​ author={Croson,​ Rachel and Marks, Melanie},​\n ​ journal={Economic Inquiry},​\n ​ volume={39},​\n ​ number={2},​\n ​ pages={238--249},​\n ​ year={2001},​\n ​ publisher={Wiley Online Library}\n}\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Croson & M, '​01)"​ | '​article'​ | '​39'​ | '​2'​ | '​Croson,​ Rachel; Marks, Melanie, (2001). //The Effect Of Recommended Contributions In The Voluntary Provision Of Public Goods//. Economic Inquiry, 39, 2, 238--249.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​CarrollWhitePahl2011'​ | 'The impact of excess choice on deferment of decisions to volunteer'​ | '​Judgment and Decision Making'​ | 2011 | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​CarrollWhitePahl2011'​ | 'The impact of excess choice on deferment of decisions to volunteer'​ | '​Judgment and Decision Making'​ | 2011 | '​incomplete'​ |  |
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 | '​Luo'​ | 'Luo, Jun; Chen, Yefeng; He, Haoran; Gao, Guanlin'​ | 'A Double-Edged Sword: Using Public Recognition To Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence From A Field Experiment In China' | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​ADoubleedgedSwordUsingPublicRecog{_}preview.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{luodouble,​\n ​ title={A Double-edged Sword: Using Public Recognition to Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence from a Field Experiment in China},​\n ​ author={Luo,​ Jun and Chen, Yefeng and He, Haoran and Gao, Guanlin},​\nnote={unpublished}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(Luo ea, '​)"​ | '​misc'​ | 'Luo, Jun; Chen, Yefeng; He, Haoran; Gao, Guanlin, (). //A Double-Edged Sword: Using Public Recognition To Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence From A Field Experiment In China//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Luo'​ | 'Luo, Jun; Chen, Yefeng; He, Haoran; Gao, Guanlin'​ | 'A Double-Edged Sword: Using Public Recognition To Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence From A Field Experiment In China' | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​ADoubleedgedSwordUsingPublicRecog{_}preview.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{luodouble,​\n ​ title={A Double-edged Sword: Using Public Recognition to Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence from a Field Experiment in China},​\n ​ author={Luo,​ Jun and Chen, Yefeng and He, Haoran and Gao, Guanlin},​\nnote={unpublished}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(Luo ea, '​)"​ | '​misc'​ | 'Luo, Jun; Chen, Yefeng; He, Haoran; Gao, Guanlin, (). //A Double-Edged Sword: Using Public Recognition To Encourage Individual Charitable Giving.--Evidence From A Field Experiment In China//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Lankford1991'​ | '​Lankford,​ R. Hamilton; Wyckoff, James H.' | '​Modeling Charitable Giving Using A Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model' | 'The Review Of Economics And Statistics'​ | '​460'​ | 1991 | 'There is a large literature investigating the determinants of charitable giving, in particular, price and income elasticities. We find that many of the most often reported results from this literature rely on a model specification that is inappropriate when applied to recent Federal Tax File data. We develop a standard Tobit model with a Box-Cox transformation parameter that nests a number of other specifications. The Box-Cox model yields estimates of price elasticities and expected charitable contributions that differ from those obtained using the typical specification. Additionally,​ we find that the use of sample weights provides potentially important policy insights.'​ | '​http://​links.jstor.org/​sici?​sici=0034-6535(199108)73:​3{\\%}3C460:​MCGUAB{\\%}3E2.0.CO;​2-R'​ | ['​applied econometrics',​ '​corner solutions',​ '​econometrics',​ '​empirical',​ '​philanthropy',​ '​robust methods',​ '​tobit'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Lankford_1991,​\n\tdoi = {10.2307/​2109570},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.2307%2F2109570},​\n\tyear = 1991,​\n\tmonth = {aug},​\n\tpublisher = {{JSTOR}},​\n\tvolume = {73},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {460},​\n\tauthor = {R. Hamilton Lankford and James H. Wyckoff},​\n\ttitle = {Modeling Charitable Giving Using a Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model},​\n\tjournal = {The Review of Economics and Statistics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Lankford & W, '​91)"​ | 34 | '​10.2307/​2109570'​ | '​article'​ | '​73'​ | '​3'​ | '​Lankford,​ R. Hamilton; Wyckoff, James H., (1991). //​[[http://​links.jstor.org/​sici?​sici=0034-6535(199108)73:​3{\\%}3C460:​MCGUAB{\\%}3E2.0.CO;​2-R|Modeling Charitable Giving Using A Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model]]//. The Review Of Economics And Statistics, 73, 3, 460.' | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Lankford1991'​ | '​Lankford,​ R. Hamilton; Wyckoff, James H.' | '​Modeling Charitable Giving Using A Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model' | 'The Review Of Economics And Statistics'​ | '​460'​ | 1991 | 'There is a large literature investigating the determinants of charitable giving, in particular, price and income elasticities. We find that many of the most often reported results from this literature rely on a model specification that is inappropriate when applied to recent Federal Tax File data. We develop a standard Tobit model with a Box-Cox transformation parameter that nests a number of other specifications. The Box-Cox model yields estimates of price elasticities and expected charitable contributions that differ from those obtained using the typical specification. Additionally,​ we find that the use of sample weights provides potentially important policy insights.'​ | '​http://​links.jstor.org/​sici?​sici=0034-6535(199108)73:​3{\\%}3C460:​MCGUAB{\\%}3E2.0.CO;​2-R'​ | ['​applied econometrics',​ '​corner solutions',​ '​econometrics',​ '​empirical',​ '​philanthropy',​ '​robust methods',​ '​tobit'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Lankford_1991,​\n\tdoi = {10.2307/​2109570},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.2307%2F2109570},​\n\tyear = 1991,​\n\tmonth = {aug},​\n\tpublisher = {{JSTOR}},​\n\tvolume = {73},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {460},​\n\tauthor = {R. Hamilton Lankford and James H. Wyckoff},​\n\ttitle = {Modeling Charitable Giving Using a Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model},​\n\tjournal = {The Review of Economics and Statistics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Lankford & W, '​91)"​ | 34 | '​10.2307/​2109570'​ | '​article'​ | '​73'​ | '​3'​ | '​Lankford,​ R. Hamilton; Wyckoff, James H., (1991). //​[[http://​links.jstor.org/​sici?​sici=0034-6535(199108)73:​3{\\%}3C460:​MCGUAB{\\%}3E2.0.CO;​2-R|Modeling Charitable Giving Using A Box-Cox Standard Tobit Model]]//. The Review Of Economics And Statistics, 73, 3, 460.' | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​small2007sympathy_s3_s4'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul' | '​Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims'​ | '​Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes'​ | '​143--153'​ | 2007 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​smallandloewenstein2007{_}{_}deliberative.pdf'​ | ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Small_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {mar},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {102},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {143--153},​\n\tauthor = {Deborah A. Small and George Loewenstein and Paul Slovic},​\n\ttitle = {Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims},​\n\tjournal = {Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | 'Basic design has key strengths: Double-blind,​ real donations, distractors,​ careful use of language\n, ' | 'Study 3: "​individuals who faced an identifiable victim donated more than those who faced victim statistics, p < .01, and also donated more than those who faced an identifiable victim in conjunction with statistics, p < .05."​\n\nStudy 4: " Priming analytic thinking reduced donations to an identifiable victim relative to a feeling-based thinking prime. Yet, the primes had no distinct effect on donations to statistical victims, which is symptomatic of the difficulty in generating feelings for these victims."​ [Note that the latter non-effect appears tightly bounded.]\n\nFurther results on emotional mediators/​channels\n\nIdeas42:​ > Researchers gave study participants the opportunity to donate $0-5 to famine relief efforts at Save the Children (n = 159). One group received letters that included a picture and brief description of a little girl. A second group received letters describing factual information about food security, and a third group received letters with both the little girl’s profile and factual information. The photo and description prompted an emotion-based response, raising more than twice as much money as the factual solicitation. Including factual information with the girl’s profile reduced this effect, with no significant difference in giving between those who received both pieces and those who received factual information only' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Small ea, '​07)a"​ | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​);​ related to 'Scope insensitivity''​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias" | ['​recqcNpwLfwMjHADk'​] | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​Possible but unlikely'​ | True | 265 | True | '​10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005'​ | ['​rec3ky5Z4cLEHt4sd',​ '​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj',​ '​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn'​] | ['​recoT78so5JftTG3L'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​102'​ | '​2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul, (2007). //Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims//. Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes, 102, 2, 143--153.'​ | ["​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​); ​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias", "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​) - "] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​small2007sympathy_s3_s4'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul' | '​Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims'​ | '​Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes'​ | '​143--153'​ | 2007 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​smallandloewenstein2007{_}{_}deliberative.pdf' ​| ['​rectTAIPVFv6mg8qp',​ '​recdqy9RPSqZ23O8x'​] ​| ['​recUVPJVnSDUXISm4'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Small_2007,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.obhdp.2006.01.005},​\n\tyear = 2007,​\n\tmonth = {mar},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {102},​\n\tnumber = {2},​\n\tpages = {143--153},​\n\tauthor = {Deborah A. Small and George Loewenstein and Paul Slovic},​\n\ttitle = {Sympathy and callousness:​ The impact of deliberative thought on donations to identifiable and statistical victims},​\n\tjournal = {Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes}\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | 'Basic design has key strengths: Double-blind,​ real donations, distractors,​ careful use of language\n, ' | 'Study 3: "​individuals who faced an identifiable victim donated more than those who faced victim statistics, p < .01, and also donated more than those who faced an identifiable victim in conjunction with statistics, p < .05."​\n\nStudy 4: " Priming analytic thinking reduced donations to an identifiable victim relative to a feeling-based thinking prime. Yet, the primes had no distinct effect on donations to statistical victims, which is symptomatic of the difficulty in generating feelings for these victims."​ [Note that the latter non-effect appears tightly bounded.]\n\nFurther results on emotional mediators/​channels\n\nIdeas42:​ > Researchers gave study participants the opportunity to donate $0-5 to famine relief efforts at Save the Children (n = 159). One group received letters that included a picture and brief description of a little girl. A second group received letters describing factual information about food security, and a third group received letters with both the little girl’s profile and factual information. The photo and description prompted an emotion-based response, raising more than twice as much money as the factual solicitation. Including factual information with the girl’s profile reduced this effect, with no significant difference in giving between those who received both pieces and those who received factual information only' | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Small ea, '​07)a"​ | ['​Poverty-Poor Country'​] | "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​);​ related to 'Scope insensitivity''​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias" | ['​recqcNpwLfwMjHADk'​] | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​Possible but unlikely'​ | True | 265 | True | '​10.1016/​j.obhdp.2006.01.005'​ | ['​rec3ky5Z4cLEHt4sd',​ '​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj',​ '​recCKNRKmYMMUl5Nn'​] | ['​recoT78so5JftTG3L'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​102'​ | '​2'​ | '​Small,​ Deborah A.; Loewenstein,​ George; Slovic, Paul, (2007). //Sympathy And Callousness:​ The Impact Of Deliberative Thought On Donations To Identifiable And Statistical Victims//. Organizational Behavior And Human Decision Processes, 102, 2, 143--153.'​ | ["​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​); ​ - learning about identifiable victims bias- moderators of identifiable victims bias", "​Individual beneficiary vs large group ('​identifiable victims effect'​) - "] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​SussmanSharmaAlter2015'​ | '​Framing charitable donations as exceptional expenses increases giving'​ | '​Journal of Experimental Psychology - Applied'​ | 2015 | '​http://​psycnet.apa.org/​doiLanding?​doi=10.1037%2Fxap0000047'​ | ['​mental-budgeting'​] | ['​Lab-charity',​ '​Field-exp-charity'​] | '5 lab and field studies provided evidence that subtle framing of donations as "​exceptional expenses"​ increases giving.'​ | True | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​SussmanSharmaAlter2015'​ | '​Framing charitable donations as exceptional expenses increases giving'​ | '​Journal of Experimental Psychology - Applied'​ | 2015 | '​http://​psycnet.apa.org/​doiLanding?​doi=10.1037%2Fxap0000047'​ | ['​mental-budgeting'​] | ['​Lab-charity',​ '​Field-exp-charity'​] | '5 lab and field studies provided evidence that subtle framing of donations as "​exceptional expenses"​ increases giving.'​ | True | '​incomplete'​ |  |
 | '​brandts2011strategy'​ | '​Brandts,​ Jordi; Charness, Gary' | 'The Strategy Versus The Direct-Response Method: A First Survey Of Experimental Comparisons'​ | '​Experimental Economics'​ | '​375--398'​ | 2011 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Brandts,​ Charness - 2011 - The strategy versus the direct-response method a first survey of experimental comparisons.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{Brandts_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1007/​s10683-011-9272-x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1007%2Fs10683-011-9272-x},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Springer Nature},​\n\tvolume = {14},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {375--398},​\n\tauthor = {Jordi Brandts and Gary Charness},​\n\ttitle = {The strategy versus the direct-response method: a first survey of experimental comparisons},​\n\tjournal = {Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brandts & C, '​11)"​ | 181 | '​10.1007/​s10683-011-9272-x'​ | '​article'​ | '​14'​ | '​3'​ | '​Brandts,​ Jordi; Charness, Gary, (2011). //The Strategy Versus The Direct-Response Method: A First Survey Of Experimental Comparisons//​. Experimental Economics, 14, 3, 375--398.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​brandts2011strategy'​ | '​Brandts,​ Jordi; Charness, Gary' | 'The Strategy Versus The Direct-Response Method: A First Survey Of Experimental Comparisons'​ | '​Experimental Economics'​ | '​375--398'​ | 2011 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Library/​Application Support/​Mendeley Desktop/​Downloaded/​Brandts,​ Charness - 2011 - The strategy versus the direct-response method a first survey of experimental comparisons.pdf'​ | '​Maybe'​ | '​@article{Brandts_2011,​\n\tdoi = {10.1007/​s10683-011-9272-x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1007%2Fs10683-011-9272-x},​\n\tyear = 2011,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Springer Nature},​\n\tvolume = {14},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {375--398},​\n\tauthor = {Jordi Brandts and Gary Charness},​\n\ttitle = {The strategy versus the direct-response method: a first survey of experimental comparisons},​\n\tjournal = {Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brandts & C, '​11)"​ | 181 | '​10.1007/​s10683-011-9272-x'​ | '​article'​ | '​14'​ | '​3'​ | '​Brandts,​ Jordi; Charness, Gary, (2011). //The Strategy Versus The Direct-Response Method: A First Survey Of Experimental Comparisons//​. Experimental Economics, 14, 3, 375--398.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
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 | '​Economics2016'​ | '​Okten,​ Cagla; Osili, Una; Ozer, Emir' | 'Life Satisfaction And Charitable Giving: New Evidence From The Psid' | 2016 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​osili{_}giving-happiness.PDF'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{okten2016life,​\n ​ title={Life satisfaction and charitable giving: New evidence from the PSID},​\n ​ author={Okten,​ Cagla and Osili, Una and Ozer, Emir},​\n ​ journal={Manuscript in preparation},​\n ​ year={2016}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Okten ea, '​16)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Okten,​ Cagla; Osili, Una; Ozer, Emir, (2016). //Life Satisfaction And Charitable Giving: New Evidence From The Psid//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Economics2016'​ | '​Okten,​ Cagla; Osili, Una; Ozer, Emir' | 'Life Satisfaction And Charitable Giving: New Evidence From The Psid' | 2016 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​osili{_}giving-happiness.PDF'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{okten2016life,​\n ​ title={Life satisfaction and charitable giving: New evidence from the PSID},​\n ​ author={Okten,​ Cagla and Osili, Una and Ozer, Emir},​\n ​ journal={Manuscript in preparation},​\n ​ year={2016}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Okten ea, '​16)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Okten,​ Cagla; Osili, Una; Ozer, Emir, (2016). //Life Satisfaction And Charitable Giving: New Evidence From The Psid//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​la1997trust'​ | '​Porta,​ Rafael La; Lopez-de-Silane,​ Florencio; Shleifer, Andrei; Vishny, Robert'​ | 'Trust In Large Organizations'​ | 'The American Economic Review'​ | 1996 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{Porta_1996,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w5864},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw5864},​\n\tyear = 1996,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Rafael La Porta and Florencio Lopez-de-Silane and Andrei Shleifer and Robert Vishny},​\n\ttitle = {Trust in Large Organizations}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Porta ea, '​96)"​ | 7 | '​10.3386/​w5864'​ | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Porta,​ Rafael La; Lopez-de-Silane,​ Florencio; Shleifer, Andrei; Vishny, Robert, (1996). //Trust In Large Organizations//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​la1997trust'​ | '​Porta,​ Rafael La; Lopez-de-Silane,​ Florencio; Shleifer, Andrei; Vishny, Robert'​ | 'Trust In Large Organizations'​ | 'The American Economic Review'​ | 1996 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{Porta_1996,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w5864},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw5864},​\n\tyear = 1996,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Rafael La Porta and Florencio Lopez-de-Silane and Andrei Shleifer and Robert Vishny},​\n\ttitle = {Trust in Large Organizations}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Porta ea, '​96)"​ | 7 | '​10.3386/​w5864'​ | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Porta,​ Rafael La; Lopez-de-Silane,​ Florencio; Shleifer, Andrei; Vishny, Robert, (1996). //Trust In Large Organizations//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​karlan_mcconnell'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; McConnell, Margaret A.' | 'Hey Look At Me: The Effect Of Giving Circles On Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization'​ | '​402--412'​ | 2014 | '​https://​core.ac.uk/​download/​pdf/​6628259.pdf'​ | ['​experiments',​ '​prosocial behavior',​ '​social image',​ '​voluntary contributions'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​Hey Lookv7.pdf'​ | ['​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Karlan_2014,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jebo.2014.06.013},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jebo.2014.06.013},​\n\tyear = 2014,​\n\tmonth = {oct},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {106},​\n\tpages = {402--412},​\n\tauthor = {Dean Karlan and Margaret A. McConnell},​\n\ttitle = {Hey look at me: The effect of giving circles on giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economic Behavior {\\&} Organization}\n}'​ | ['​recCE0uV8IB1KATMx'​] | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'Self criticism: "we have no data to refute, that the caller worked harder on the giving circle script than the other."'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | '++++ ""​Hey look at me: The effect of giving circles on giving""​ (Karlan and McConnell, 2014) |\n\n* Control: We are hoping you will continue your support to Dwight Hall with a gift of $100. [#basic] * 100 circle: [#basic] + With a donation of at least $100, you will become a member of our Friend donor circle. Friends will be listed by name in the Dwight Hall Fall 2008 newsletter. [#100] * 500 circle: [#basic]+ With a donation of at least $500, … Benefactor donor circle. Benefactors will be listed by name… [#500] * 100 circle and 500 circle: [#​basic]+[#​100]+ [#​500]\n\n**Results**\n\n* Overall: 13% (of 4168) donated, average conditional gift $186. Usually round-number amounts * Mention of recognition $rightarrow$: ​ * +2.7 percentage point increase in prob(give) \\\\ * * 1.8 pp in prob(gift $\\geq$ $100), by +0.5pp gift $\\geq$ $500 percentage points \\\\ * Average gift size +14 pp percentage points \\\\ * responses increasing in average prior gifts \\\\ * Relatively few exactly at strategic cutoffs $\\rightarrow$ \\\\ * Less value of recognition?​ \\\\ * Poorly chosen cutoffs?​\n\n++++\n\n ​ * Mandated/​automatic recognition vs voluntary (see [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=JqrJ4wGid4Y|Larry David, anonymous donor]])\n ​ * Donation \'​registries\'​ and \'​pledges\'​\n ​ * Signaling (to romantic partner, others)\n ​ * Influence of learning previous donations\n"'​ | "​(Karlan & M, '​14)"​ | ['USA - University'​] | ['​Alumni'​] | 0.14 | 0.027 | 0.11 | "​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others',​ Visibility - Recognition tiers" | ['​recx8bbq3UPI3QvJB'​] | '​usd'​ | 2007 | '​(Pooled) mention of any "​giving circle"​ and listing in newsletter; e.g., the "100 circle and 500 circle"​ (plausibly strongest of 3 recognition treatments) "With a donation of at least $100, you will become a member of our Friends donor circle. With a donation of at least $500, you will become a member of our Benefactor donor circle. Both Friends and Benefactors will be listed by name in the Dwight Hall Fall 2008 newsletter."'​ | True | 'Less than .01 for impact of pooled treatments on log gift amount (se=.052)'​ | ['​recWMC6GFKaryiscD'​] | True | 3 | '​Economics'​ | '​No'​ | 'Very unlikely'​ | 4168 | 14 | ['​specific request for $100.',​ '​Telephone fundraising'​] | '​Impact size from regression of "log 1+gift amount"'​ | True | '​10.1016/​j.jebo.2014.06.013'​ | ['​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​recf2aXPfZPbaoH1L',​ '​rec9LhlTkvO7EWKz9'​] | '​article'​ | '​106'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; McConnell, Margaret A., (2014). //​[[https://​core.ac.uk/​download/​pdf/​6628259.pdf|Hey Look At Me: The Effect Of Giving Circles On Giving]]//. Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization,​ 106, , 402--412.'​ | ["​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'",​ '​Visibility - Recognition tiers'​] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​karlan_mcconnell'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; McConnell, Margaret A.' | 'Hey Look At Me: The Effect Of Giving Circles On Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization'​ | '​402--412'​ | 2014 | '​https://​core.ac.uk/​download/​pdf/​6628259.pdf'​ | ['​experiments',​ '​prosocial behavior',​ '​social image',​ '​voluntary contributions'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​Hey Lookv7.pdf' ​| ['​recJBuHJgX4pwAb7o',​ '​rec84DFCr0GCjfYlN'​] ​| ['​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Karlan_2014,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jebo.2014.06.013},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jebo.2014.06.013},​\n\tyear = 2014,​\n\tmonth = {oct},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {106},​\n\tpages = {402--412},​\n\tauthor = {Dean Karlan and Margaret A. McConnell},​\n\ttitle = {Hey look at me: The effect of giving circles on giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economic Behavior {\\&} Organization}\n}'​ | ['​recCE0uV8IB1KATMx'​] | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'Self criticism: "we have no data to refute, that the caller worked harder on the giving circle script than the other."'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | '++++ ""​Hey look at me: The effect of giving circles on giving""​ (Karlan and McConnell, 2014) |\n\n* Control: We are hoping you will continue your support to Dwight Hall with a gift of $100. [#basic] * 100 circle: [#basic] + With a donation of at least $100, you will become a member of our Friend donor circle. Friends will be listed by name in the Dwight Hall Fall 2008 newsletter. [#100] * 500 circle: [#basic]+ With a donation of at least $500, … Benefactor donor circle. Benefactors will be listed by name… [#500] * 100 circle and 500 circle: [#​basic]+[#​100]+ [#​500]\n\n**Results**\n\n* Overall: 13% (of 4168) donated, average conditional gift $186. Usually round-number amounts * Mention of recognition $rightarrow$: ​ * +2.7 percentage point increase in prob(give) \\\\ * * 1.8 pp in prob(gift $\\geq$ $100), by +0.5pp gift $\\geq$ $500 percentage points \\\\ * Average gift size +14 pp percentage points \\\\ * responses increasing in average prior gifts \\\\ * Relatively few exactly at strategic cutoffs $\\rightarrow$ \\\\ * Less value of recognition?​ \\\\ * Poorly chosen cutoffs?​\n\n++++\n\n ​ * Mandated/​automatic recognition vs voluntary (see [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=JqrJ4wGid4Y|Larry David, anonymous donor]])\n ​ * Donation \'​registries\'​ and \'​pledges\'​\n ​ * Signaling (to romantic partner, others)\n ​ * Influence of learning previous donations\n"'​ | "​(Karlan & M, '​14)"​ | ['USA - University'​] | ['​Alumni'​] | 0.14 | 0.027 | 0.11 | "​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others',​ Visibility - Recognition tiers" | ['​recx8bbq3UPI3QvJB'​] | '​usd'​ | 2007 | '​(Pooled) mention of any "​giving circle"​ and listing in newsletter; e.g., the "100 circle and 500 circle"​ (plausibly strongest of 3 recognition treatments) "With a donation of at least $100, you will become a member of our Friends donor circle. With a donation of at least $500, you will become a member of our Benefactor donor circle. Both Friends and Benefactors will be listed by name in the Dwight Hall Fall 2008 newsletter."'​ | True | 'Less than .01 for impact of pooled treatments on log gift amount (se=.052)'​ | ['​recWMC6GFKaryiscD'​] | True | 3 | '​Economics'​ | '​No'​ | 'Very unlikely'​ | 4168 | 14 | ['​specific request for $100.',​ '​Telephone fundraising'​] | '​Impact size from regression of "log 1+gift amount"'​ | True | '​10.1016/​j.jebo.2014.06.013'​ | ['​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​recf2aXPfZPbaoH1L',​ '​rec9LhlTkvO7EWKz9'​] | '​article'​ | '​106'​ | '​Karlan,​ Dean; McConnell, Margaret A., (2014). //​[[https://​core.ac.uk/​download/​pdf/​6628259.pdf|Hey Look At Me: The Effect Of Giving Circles On Giving]]//. Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization,​ 106, , 402--412.'​ | ["​Visibility - Recognition 'to influence others'",​ '​Visibility - Recognition tiers'​] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Brown2016'​ | '​Brown,​ Alexander L.; Meer, Jonathan; Williams, J. Forrest'​ | '​Social Distance And Quality Ratings In Charity Choice'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​9--15'​ | 2017 | '​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300209'​ | ['​recW5Jv2N4cino1XL'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Brown_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2016.04.006},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2016.04.006},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {9--15},​\n\tauthor = {Alexander L. Brown and Jonathan Meer and J. Forrest Williams},​\n\ttitle = {Social distance and quality ratings in charity choice},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | '​Abstract:​\n>​ We conduct a laboratory experiment to examine how third-party ratings impact charity choice and donative behavior, particularly in regards to preferences for local charities. Subjects are given a menu of ten charities, with a mix of local and non-local organizations included. We vary whether third-party ratings are displayed on this menu. Subjects perform an effort task to earn money and can choose to donate to their selected charity. We find evidence that subjects’ choice of charity is impacted by third-party evaluations but, somewhat surprisingly,​ there are no obvious preferences for local charities. These third-party assessments have some impact on the percent of earnings that subjects allocate to their selected charity; local charities also accrue more donations, though these results are imprecise.\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brown ea, '​17)"​ | 3 | True | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2016.04.006'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Brown,​ Alexander L.; Meer, Jonathan; Williams, J. Forrest, (2017). //​[[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300209|Social Distance And Quality Ratings In Charity Choice]]//. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 9--15.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Brown2016'​ | '​Brown,​ Alexander L.; Meer, Jonathan; Williams, J. Forrest'​ | '​Social Distance And Quality Ratings In Charity Choice'​ | '​Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics'​ | '​9--15'​ | 2017 | '​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300209'​ | ['​recW5Jv2N4cino1XL'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Brown_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.socec.2016.04.006},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.socec.2016.04.006},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {feb},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {66},​\n\tpages = {9--15},​\n\tauthor = {Alexander L. Brown and Jonathan Meer and J. Forrest Williams},​\n\ttitle = {Social distance and quality ratings in charity choice},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics}\n}'​ | '​Abstract:​\n>​ We conduct a laboratory experiment to examine how third-party ratings impact charity choice and donative behavior, particularly in regards to preferences for local charities. Subjects are given a menu of ten charities, with a mix of local and non-local organizations included. We vary whether third-party ratings are displayed on this menu. Subjects perform an effort task to earn money and can choose to donate to their selected charity. We find evidence that subjects’ choice of charity is impacted by third-party evaluations but, somewhat surprisingly,​ there are no obvious preferences for local charities. These third-party assessments have some impact on the percent of earnings that subjects allocate to their selected charity; local charities also accrue more donations, though these results are imprecise.\n'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brown ea, '​17)"​ | 3 | True | '​10.1016/​j.socec.2016.04.006'​ | '​article'​ | '​66'​ | '​Brown,​ Alexander L.; Meer, Jonathan; Williams, J. Forrest, (2017). //​[[http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S2214804316300209|Social Distance And Quality Ratings In Charity Choice]]//. Journal Of Behavioral And Experimental Economics, 66, , 9--15.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Andreoni2013'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A Abigail'​ | '​Charitable Giving'​ | '​1--50'​ | 2013 | '​http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​B978-0-444-53759-1.00001-7'​ | ['​Endowment',​ '​Fundraising',​ '​Leadership gifts',​ '​Matching illusion',​ 'Peer pressure',​ '​Social welfare',​ '​Taxable income',​ '​Taxpayer'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​andreoni{_}payne{_}Handbook of Public 2013 Ch 1.pdf' | '​Yes'​ | '​@incollection{andreoni2013charitable,​\n ​ title={Charitable giving},​\n ​ author={Andreoni,​ James and Payne, A Abigail},​\n ​ booktitle={Handbook of public economics},​\n ​ volume={5},​\n ​ pages={1--50},​\n ​ year={2013},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Andreoni & P, '​13)"​ | ['​recxMUn7pg4xlal2s'​] | '​incollection'​ | '​Handbook Of Public Economics'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A Abigail, (2013). //​[[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​B978-0-444-53759-1.00001-7|Charitable Giving]]//, 1--50. In: Handbook Of Public Economics.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Andreoni2013'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A Abigail'​ | '​Charitable Giving'​ | '​1--50'​ | 2013 | '​http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​B978-0-444-53759-1.00001-7'​ | ['​Endowment',​ '​Fundraising',​ '​Leadership gifts',​ '​Matching illusion',​ 'Peer pressure',​ '​Social welfare',​ '​Taxable income',​ '​Taxpayer'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​andreoni{_}payne{_}Handbook of Public 2013 Ch 1.pdf' | '​Yes'​ | '​@incollection{andreoni2013charitable,​\n ​ title={Charitable giving},​\n ​ author={Andreoni,​ James and Payne, A Abigail},​\n ​ booktitle={Handbook of public economics},​\n ​ volume={5},​\n ​ pages={1--50},​\n ​ year={2013},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Andreoni & P, '​13)"​ | ['​recxMUn7pg4xlal2s'​] | '​incollection'​ | '​Handbook Of Public Economics'​ | '​Andreoni,​ James; Payne, A Abigail, (2013). //​[[http://​dx.doi.org/​10.1016/​B978-0-444-53759-1.00001-7|Charitable Giving]]//, 1--50. In: Handbook Of Public Economics.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
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 | '​huffman2004rre'​ | '​Huffman,​ David; Barenstein, Matias'​ | '​Riches To Rags Every Month? The Fall In Consumption Expenditures Between Paydays'​ | 2004 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@misc{huffman2004riches,​\n ​ title={Riches to rags every month? the fall in consumption expenditures between paydays},​\n ​ author={Huffman,​ David and Barenstein, Matias},​\n ​ year={2004}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Huffman & B, '​04)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Huffman,​ David; Barenstein, Matias, (2004). //Riches To Rags Every Month? The Fall In Consumption Expenditures Between Paydays//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​huffman2004rre'​ | '​Huffman,​ David; Barenstein, Matias'​ | '​Riches To Rags Every Month? The Fall In Consumption Expenditures Between Paydays'​ | 2004 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@misc{huffman2004riches,​\n ​ title={Riches to rags every month? the fall in consumption expenditures between paydays},​\n ​ author={Huffman,​ David and Barenstein, Matias},​\n ​ year={2004}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Huffman & B, '​04)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Huffman,​ David; Barenstein, Matias, (2004). //Riches To Rags Every Month? The Fall In Consumption Expenditures Between Paydays//​.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​mittoneploner'​ | '​Mittone,​ Luigi; Ploner, Matteo'​ | 'Is It Just Legitimacy Of Endowments? An Experimental Analysis Of Unilateral Giving'​ | 'Ceel Working Paper N. 02/​2006'​ | 2006 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{mittone2006just,​\n ​ title={Is it just legitimacy of endowments? An experimental analysis of unilateral giving},​\n ​ author={Mittone,​ Luigi and Ploner, Matteo},​\n ​ year={2006},​\n ​ institution={University of Trento}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Mittone & P, '​06)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​University of Trento'​ | '​Mittone,​ Luigi; Ploner, Matteo, (2006). //Is It Just Legitimacy Of Endowments? An Experimental Analysis Of Unilateral Giving//. University of Trento.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​mittoneploner'​ | '​Mittone,​ Luigi; Ploner, Matteo'​ | 'Is It Just Legitimacy Of Endowments? An Experimental Analysis Of Unilateral Giving'​ | 'Ceel Working Paper N. 02/​2006'​ | 2006 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@techreport{mittone2006just,​\n ​ title={Is it just legitimacy of endowments? An experimental analysis of unilateral giving},​\n ​ author={Mittone,​ Luigi and Ploner, Matteo},​\n ​ year={2006},​\n ​ institution={University of Trento}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Mittone & P, '​06)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​University of Trento'​ | '​Mittone,​ Luigi; Ploner, Matteo, (2006). //Is It Just Legitimacy Of Endowments? An Experimental Analysis Of Unilateral Giving//. University of Trento.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​Knowles_2015'​ | "​Knowles,​ Stephen; Serv{\\'​{a}}tka,​ Maro{\\v{s}}"​ | '​Transaction Costs, The Opportunity Cost Of Time And Procrastination In Charitable Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​54--63'​ | 2015 | ['​recCd6SCASJZ6lqgv'​] | "​@article{Knowles_2015,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2015.03.001},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2015.03.001},​\n\tyear = 2015,​\n\tmonth = {may},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {125},​\n\tpages = {54--63},​\n\tauthor = {Stephen Knowles and Maro{\\v{s}} Serv{\\'​{a}}tka},​\n\ttitle = {Transaction costs, the opportunity cost of time and procrastination in charitable giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}"​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | "​(Knowles & S, '​15)"​ | 'c - (Lessening) Transactions costs - ' | 3 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2015.03.001'​ | '​article'​ | '​125'​ | "​Knowles,​ Stephen; Serv{\\'​{a}}tka,​ Maro{\\v{s}},​ (2015). //​Transaction Costs, The Opportunity Cost Of Time And Procrastination In Charitable Giving//. Journal Of Public Economics, 125, , 54--63."​ | ['c - (Lessening) Transactions costs - '] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​Knowles_2015'​ | "​Knowles,​ Stephen; Serv{\\'​{a}}tka,​ Maro{\\v{s}}"​ | '​Transaction Costs, The Opportunity Cost Of Time And Procrastination In Charitable Giving'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​54--63'​ | 2015 | ['​recHebsUzfL3shjGI'​] ​| ['​recCd6SCASJZ6lqgv'​] | "​@article{Knowles_2015,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2015.03.001},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2015.03.001},​\n\tyear = 2015,​\n\tmonth = {may},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {125},​\n\tpages = {54--63},​\n\tauthor = {Stephen Knowles and Maro{\\v{s}} Serv{\\'​{a}}tka},​\n\ttitle = {Transaction costs, the opportunity cost of time and procrastination in charitable giving},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}"​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | "​(Knowles & S, '​15)"​ | 'c - (Lessening) Transactions costs - ' | 3 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2015.03.001'​ | '​article'​ | '​125'​ | "​Knowles,​ Stephen; Serv{\\'​{a}}tka,​ Maro{\\v{s}},​ (2015). //​Transaction Costs, The Opportunity Cost Of Time And Procrastination In Charitable Giving//. Journal Of Public Economics, 125, , 54--63."​ | ['c - (Lessening) Transactions costs - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Atkinson2012'​ | '​Atkinson,​ James' | '​Disasters,​ Donors, And Democracy: Matching Donor Types And Aid Channels In Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving'​ | 2012 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​atkinson{_}bilateral{_}uses{_}FTS{_}SSRN-id2110783.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{atkinson2012disasters,​\n ​ title={Disasters,​ Donors, and Democracy: Matching Donor Types and Aid Channels in Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving},​\n ​ author={Atkinson,​ James},​\n ​ year={2012},​\nnote={unpublished}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Atkinson,​ '​12)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Atkinson,​ James, (2012). //​Disasters,​ Donors, And Democracy: Matching Donor Types And Aid Channels In Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving//​.'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Atkinson2012'​ | '​Atkinson,​ James' | '​Disasters,​ Donors, And Democracy: Matching Donor Types And Aid Channels In Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving'​ | 2012 | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​atkinson{_}bilateral{_}uses{_}FTS{_}SSRN-id2110783.pdf'​ | '​Yes'​ | '​@misc{atkinson2012disasters,​\n ​ title={Disasters,​ Donors, and Democracy: Matching Donor Types and Aid Channels in Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving},​\n ​ author={Atkinson,​ James},​\n ​ year={2012},​\nnote={unpublished}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Atkinson,​ '​12)"​ | '​misc'​ | '​Atkinson,​ James, (2012). //​Disasters,​ Donors, And Democracy: Matching Donor Types And Aid Channels In Post-Disaster Humanitarian Aid Giving//​.'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​KonrathHandy2017'​ | 'The Development and Validation of the Motives to Donate Scale' | '​Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly'​ | 2017 | '​http://​journals.sagepub.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1177/​0899764017744894'​ | ['​Methodological'​] | '​Konrath and Handy develop and validate a comprehensive self-report scale of why people make charitable donations, relying on a theoretical model of private versus public benefits to donors. factor analysis supported six final factors in the Motives to Donate scale: Trust, Altruism, Social, Tax benefits, Egoism, and Constraints.'​ | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​KonrathHandy2017'​ | 'The Development and Validation of the Motives to Donate Scale' | '​Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly'​ | 2017 | '​http://​journals.sagepub.com/​doi/​abs/​10.1177/​0899764017744894'​ | ['​Methodological'​] | '​Konrath and Handy develop and validate a comprehensive self-report scale of why people make charitable donations, relying on a theoretical model of private versus public benefits to donors. factor analysis supported six final factors in the Motives to Donate scale: Trust, Altruism, Social, Tax benefits, Egoism, and Constraints.'​ | True | '​Psychology'​ | '​incomplete'​ |  |
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 | '​Winterich_etal?'​ | ['​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | ['​recr2e8DWjrkZZs6b',​ '​reca6oIGdtZumFfCj'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​Winterich_etal?'​ | ['​recy0wDeCDjHDvQqD'​] | ['​recr2e8DWjrkZZs6b',​ '​reca6oIGdtZumFfCj'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  |
 | '​romano2001cad'​ | '​Romano,​ Richard; Yildirim, Huseyin'​ | 'Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​423--447'​ | 2001 | '​Charities frequently announce contributions of donors as they accrue. Doing so induces donors to play a sequential-move rather than simultaneous-move game. We examine the conditions under which a charity prefers such sequential play. It is known that if donors only value contributions through their effect on the total provision of a public good, then the charity will not announce contributions sequentially. However, with more general utility functions that include additional effects such as warm-glow or snob appeal, the charity may benefit from announcing contributions.'​ | ['​fundraising',​ '​motivation for giving',​ '​philanthropy',​ '​reputation',​ '​sequential public goods game', '​social giving',​ '​theory'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Romano_2001,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​s0047-2727(00)00078-5},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fs0047-2727%2800%2900078-5},​\n\tyear = 2001,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {81},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {423--447},​\n\tauthor = {Richard Romano and Huseyin Yildirim},​\n\ttitle = {Why charities announce donations: a positive perspective},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Romano & Y, '​01)"​ | 59 | '​10.1016/​s0047-2727(00)00078-5'​ | '​article'​ | '​81'​ | '​3'​ | '​Romano,​ Richard; Yildirim, Huseyin, (2001). //Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 81, 3, 423--447.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​romano2001cad'​ | '​Romano,​ Richard; Yildirim, Huseyin'​ | 'Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​423--447'​ | 2001 | '​Charities frequently announce contributions of donors as they accrue. Doing so induces donors to play a sequential-move rather than simultaneous-move game. We examine the conditions under which a charity prefers such sequential play. It is known that if donors only value contributions through their effect on the total provision of a public good, then the charity will not announce contributions sequentially. However, with more general utility functions that include additional effects such as warm-glow or snob appeal, the charity may benefit from announcing contributions.'​ | ['​fundraising',​ '​motivation for giving',​ '​philanthropy',​ '​reputation',​ '​sequential public goods game', '​social giving',​ '​theory'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Romano_2001,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​s0047-2727(00)00078-5},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fs0047-2727%2800%2900078-5},​\n\tyear = 2001,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {81},​\n\tnumber = {3},​\n\tpages = {423--447},​\n\tauthor = {Richard Romano and Huseyin Yildirim},​\n\ttitle = {Why charities announce donations: a positive perspective},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Romano & Y, '​01)"​ | 59 | '​10.1016/​s0047-2727(00)00078-5'​ | '​article'​ | '​81'​ | '​3'​ | '​Romano,​ Richard; Yildirim, Huseyin, (2001). //Why Charities Announce Donations: A Positive Perspective//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 81, 3, 423--447.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​landry2006tue§'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas'​ | '​Toward An Understanding Of The Economics Of Charity: Evidence From A Field Experiment'​ | '​Quarterly Journal Of Economics'​ | 2005 | 'This study develops theory and uses a door-to-door fund-raising field experiment to explore the economics of charity. We approached nearly 5000 households, randomly divided into four experimental treatments, to shed light on key issues on the demand side of charitable fund-raising. Empirical results are in line with our theory: in gross terms, the lotteries raised more money than the voluntary contributions treatments. Interestingly,​ in terms of both maximizing current contributions and inducing participation,​ we find that a one-standard deviation increase in female solicitor physical attractiveness is similar to that of the lottery incentive.'​ | ['​recWcSQuMNg1Zpm5i'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{Landry_2005,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w11611},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw11611},​\n\tyear = 2005,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Craig Landry and Andreas Lange and John List and Michael Price and Nicholas Rupp},​\n\ttitle = {Toward an Understanding of the Economics of Charity: Evidence from a Field Experiment}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8',​ '​recX6okpYt5ScwJIN'​] | "​(Landry ea, '​05)"​ | '​checked'​ | '​Solicitor characteristics - , Lotteries/​raffles - ' | ['​recuStdnTkOehG0MK'​] | 0 | True | '​10.3386/​w11611'​ | ['​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj',​ '​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​rect3ErcSFCndvLNw'​] | 'check this' | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas, (2005). //Toward An Understanding Of The Economics Of Charity: Evidence From A Field Experiment//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | ['​Solicitor characteristics - ', '​Lotteries/​raffles - '] | '​complete'​ |  | +| '​landry2006tue§'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas'​ | '​Toward An Understanding Of The Economics Of Charity: Evidence From A Field Experiment'​ | '​Quarterly Journal Of Economics'​ | 2005 | 'This study develops theory and uses a door-to-door fund-raising field experiment to explore the economics of charity. We approached nearly 5000 households, randomly divided into four experimental treatments, to shed light on key issues on the demand side of charitable fund-raising. Empirical results are in line with our theory: in gross terms, the lotteries raised more money than the voluntary contributions treatments. Interestingly,​ in terms of both maximizing current contributions and inducing participation,​ we find that a one-standard deviation increase in female solicitor physical attractiveness is similar to that of the lottery incentive.' ​| ['​recMthABt13wmjvH7',​ '​recXw6RVjy8vEQ7LH'​] ​| ['​recWcSQuMNg1Zpm5i'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{Landry_2005,​\n\tdoi = {10.3386/​w11611},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.3386%2Fw11611},​\n\tyear = 2005,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tinstitution = {National Bureau of Economic Research},​\n\tauthor = {Craig Landry and Andreas Lange and John List and Michael Price and Nicholas Rupp},​\n\ttitle = {Toward an Understanding of the Economics of Charity: Evidence from a Field Experiment}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8',​ '​recX6okpYt5ScwJIN'​] | "​(Landry ea, '​05)"​ | '​checked'​ | '​Solicitor characteristics - , Lotteries/​raffles - ' | ['​recuStdnTkOehG0MK'​] | 0 | True | '​10.3386/​w11611'​ | ['​recQp2HN36UpUcwgj',​ '​reciL3nrrpW37djUt'​] | ['​rect3ErcSFCndvLNw'​] | 'check this' | '​techreport'​ | '​National Bureau of Economic Research'​ | '​Landry,​ Craig; Lange, Andreas; List, John; Price, Michael; Rupp, Nicholas, (2005). //Toward An Understanding Of The Economics Of Charity: Evidence From A Field Experiment//​. National Bureau of Economic Research.'​ | ['​Solicitor characteristics - ', '​Lotteries/​raffles - '] | '​complete'​ |  | 
-| '​meer_2017'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan'​ | 'Does Fundraising Create New Giving?'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​82--93'​ | 2017 | '​https://​data.donorschoose.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2017/​03/​Meer_Fundraising_Competition_JPUBE.pdf'​ | ['​recWcSQuMNg1Zpm5i'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Meer_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2016.11.009},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2016.11.009},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {145},​\n\tpages = {82--93},​\n\tauthor = {Jonathan Meer},​\n\ttitle = {Does fundraising create new giving?​},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Natural experiment '] | '"​while matches increase giving to eligible requests, they do not appear to crowd out giving to similar ones, either contemporaneously or over time."​\n\n- Matching campaigns at DonorsChoose.org increases (likelihood of, amount of) funding for one project\n\n- But no significant impact on donations to other projects\n\nConsider:​ Context, statistical power, potential for crowding out;' | "​(Meer,​ '​17)"​ | ['USA - Children'​] | '​checked'​ | '"​Competing/​cooperating with\n other charities/​appeals - "'​ | 4 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2016.11.009'​ | ['​rec3wFKNtNfFys3Q5'​] | ['​recQXXELI83KjEKHy'​] | 'Looks at crowding out of match contributions (on one site) on related contributions'​ | 55 | '​article'​ | '​145'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan, (2017). //​[[https://​data.donorschoose.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2017/​03/​Meer_Fundraising_Competition_JPUBE.pdf|Does Fundraising Create New Giving?​]]//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 145, , 82--93.'​ | ["​Varying match '​price'",​ '​participants unaware'​] | True | ['​Competing/​cooperating with\n other charities/​appeals - '] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​meer_2017'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan'​ | 'Does Fundraising Create New Giving?'​ | '​Journal Of Public Economics'​ | '​82--93'​ | 2017 | '​https://​data.donorschoose.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2017/​03/​Meer_Fundraising_Competition_JPUBE.pdf' ​| ['​recL57tX44WXrBo1Y'​] ​| ['​recWcSQuMNg1Zpm5i'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Meer_2017,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2016.11.009},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jpubeco.2016.11.009},​\n\tyear = 2017,​\n\tmonth = {jan},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {145},​\n\tpages = {82--93},​\n\tauthor = {Jonathan Meer},​\n\ttitle = {Does fundraising create new giving?​},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Public Economics}\n}'​ | ['​Natural experiment '] | '"​while matches increase giving to eligible requests, they do not appear to crowd out giving to similar ones, either contemporaneously or over time."​\n\n- Matching campaigns at DonorsChoose.org increases (likelihood of, amount of) funding for one project\n\n- But no significant impact on donations to other projects\n\nConsider:​ Context, statistical power, potential for crowding out;' | "​(Meer,​ '​17)"​ | ['USA - Children'​] | '​checked'​ | '"​Competing/​cooperating with\n other charities/​appeals - "'​ | 4 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jpubeco.2016.11.009'​ | ['​rec3wFKNtNfFys3Q5'​] | ['​recQXXELI83KjEKHy'​] | 'Looks at crowding out of match contributions (on one site) on related contributions'​ | 55 | '​article'​ | '​145'​ | 'Meer, Jonathan, (2017). //​[[https://​data.donorschoose.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2017/​03/​Meer_Fundraising_Competition_JPUBE.pdf|Does Fundraising Create New Giving?​]]//​. Journal Of Public Economics, 145, , 82--93.'​ | ["​Varying match '​price'",​ '​participants unaware'​] | True | ['​Competing/​cooperating with\n other charities/​appeals - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​benartzi2012save'​ | '​Benartzi,​ Shlomo'​ | 'Save More Tomorrow: Practical Behavioral Finance Solutions To Improve 401 (K) Plans' | 2012 | ['​retirement consulting'​] | '​Maybe'​ | '​@book{benartzi2012save,​\n ​ title={Save more tomorrow: Practical behavioral finance solutions to improve 401 (k) plans},​\n ​ author={Benartzi,​ Shlomo},​\n ​ year={2012},​\n ​ publisher={Penguin}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Benartzi,​ '​12)"​ | '​book'​ | '​Benartzi,​ Shlomo, (2012). //Save More Tomorrow: Practical Behavioral Finance Solutions To Improve 401 (K) Plans//​.'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  | | '​benartzi2012save'​ | '​Benartzi,​ Shlomo'​ | 'Save More Tomorrow: Practical Behavioral Finance Solutions To Improve 401 (K) Plans' | 2012 | ['​retirement consulting'​] | '​Maybe'​ | '​@book{benartzi2012save,​\n ​ title={Save more tomorrow: Practical behavioral finance solutions to improve 401 (k) plans},​\n ​ author={Benartzi,​ Shlomo},​\n ​ year={2012},​\n ​ publisher={Penguin}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Benartzi,​ '​12)"​ | '​book'​ | '​Benartzi,​ Shlomo, (2012). //Save More Tomorrow: Practical Behavioral Finance Solutions To Improve 401 (K) Plans//​.'​ | True | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​katrinacuts'​ | '​Bernstein,​ Elizabeth'​ | '​Katrina Giving Cuts Donations To Other Groups'​ | 'The Wall Street Journal. Accessed At Textlesshttp://​Online.Wsj.Com/​News/​Articles/​Sb112717005910945455Textgreater On 10 January 2014.' | 2001 | '​Yes'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  | | '​katrinacuts'​ | '​Bernstein,​ Elizabeth'​ | '​Katrina Giving Cuts Donations To Other Groups'​ | 'The Wall Street Journal. Accessed At Textlesshttp://​Online.Wsj.Com/​News/​Articles/​Sb112717005910945455Textgreater On 10 January 2014.' | 2001 | '​Yes'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | True | '​incomplete'​ |  |
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 | '​hodgkinson1990giving'​ | '​Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann; Weitzman, Murray S' | '​Giving And Volunteering In The United States'​ | 1990 | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{hodgkinson1990giving,​\n ​ title={Giving and volunteering in the United States},​\n ​ author={Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann and Weitzman, Murray S},\n  year={1990},​\n ​ institution={Independent Sector}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Hodgkinson & W, '​90)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Independent Sector'​ | '​Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann; Weitzman, Murray S, (1990). //Giving And Volunteering In The United States//. Independent Sector.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​hodgkinson1990giving'​ | '​Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann; Weitzman, Murray S' | '​Giving And Volunteering In The United States'​ | 1990 | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{hodgkinson1990giving,​\n ​ title={Giving and volunteering in the United States},​\n ​ author={Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann and Weitzman, Murray S},\n  year={1990},​\n ​ institution={Independent Sector}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Hodgkinson & W, '​90)"​ | '​techreport'​ | '​Independent Sector'​ | '​Hodgkinson,​ Virginia Ann; Weitzman, Murray S, (1990). //Giving And Volunteering In The United States//. Independent Sector.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​Exley2016'​ | '​Exley,​ Christine L.' | 'Using Charity Performance Metrics As An Excuse Not To Give' | 2016 | ['​altruism',​ '​charitable giving',​ '​clexley',​ '​edu',​ '​excuses',​ '​prosocial behavior',​ '​self-serving biases'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​exley{_}Using Charity Performance Metrics as an Excuse Not to Give2541017556ec78700430c864ad40e77df8a0 (1).pdf'​ | ['​recRHsSDEmhQ3jwTO'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{exley2015using,​\n ​ title={Using Charity Performance Metrics as an Excuse Not To Give},​\n ​ author={Exley,​ Christine L},\n  year={2015},​\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | '​Abstract:​ ...  While information on charity performance metrics may facilitate more effective giving, it may also facilitate the development of excuses not to give...'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Exley,​ '​16/​18)"​ | '"​Avoid uncertainties/​excuses not to give/mental transactions costs\n - "'​ | True | ['​recU70Ugmzb1tuTTe'​] | ['​recgwVIMXFFIa7wZF'​] | '​techreport'​ | '​Exley,​ Christine L., (2015). //Using Charity Performance Metrics As An Excuse Not To Give//. .' | True | ['​Avoid uncertainties/​excuses not to give/mental transactions costs\n - '] | '​complete'​ |  | | '​Exley2016'​ | '​Exley,​ Christine L.' | 'Using Charity Performance Metrics As An Excuse Not To Give' | 2016 | ['​altruism',​ '​charitable giving',​ '​clexley',​ '​edu',​ '​excuses',​ '​prosocial behavior',​ '​self-serving biases'​] | '​Users/​yosemite/​Dropbox/​articlesandbibtex/​charity/​exley{_}Using Charity Performance Metrics as an Excuse Not to Give2541017556ec78700430c864ad40e77df8a0 (1).pdf'​ | ['​recRHsSDEmhQ3jwTO'​] | '​Yes'​ | '​@techreport{exley2015using,​\n ​ title={Using Charity Performance Metrics as an Excuse Not To Give},​\n ​ author={Exley,​ Christine L},\n  year={2015},​\n}'​ | ['​Lab-charity'​] | '​Abstract:​ ...  While information on charity performance metrics may facilitate more effective giving, it may also facilitate the development of excuses not to give...'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Exley,​ '​16/​18)"​ | '"​Avoid uncertainties/​excuses not to give/mental transactions costs\n - "'​ | True | ['​recU70Ugmzb1tuTTe'​] | ['​recgwVIMXFFIa7wZF'​] | '​techreport'​ | '​Exley,​ Christine L., (2015). //Using Charity Performance Metrics As An Excuse Not To Give//. .' | True | ['​Avoid uncertainties/​excuses not to give/mental transactions costs\n - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
-| '​Warren_walker_91'​ | '​Warren,​ Peter E.; Walker, Iain' | "​Empathy,​ Effectiveness And Donations To Charity: Social Psychology'​S Contribution"​ | '​British Journal Of Social Psychology'​ | '​325--337'​ | 1991 | ['​recdqy9RPSqZ23O8x'​] | '​@article{Warren_1991,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​j.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fj.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x},​\n\tyear = 1991,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {30},​\n\tnumber = {4},​\n\tpages = {325--337},​\n\tauthor = {Peter E. Warren and Iain Walker},​\n\ttitle = {Empathy, effectiveness and donations to charity: Social psychology{\\textquotesingle}s contribution},​\n\tjournal = {British Journal of Social Psychology}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'Very relevant, environmentally valid field design. Possibly underpowered,​ given low response rate.' | '"​Higher donations from subjects in the low need persistence condition"​ (the "​immediate short-term needs of the sufferers"​ rather than "​sufferers\'​ ongoing, continuous long term needs"​. ​ Similar result for returning "​support forms"​. Combining these two responses, both the "low need persistence"​ and the "low need extent"​ treatment increased the response rate. However, the "low need extent"​ condition appears confounded with an identifiable victims effect, presenting "the plight of one Sudanese family"​ instead of having "made explicit the widespread nature of the crisis"​.'​ | 'David Reinstein'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Warren & W, '​91)"​ | ['​International disasters'​] | 'c - Persistence of need - ' | 16 | '​10.1111/​j.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x'​ | ['​rec02J9GJnRoyDCGu'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​30'​ | '​4'​ | "​Warren,​ Peter E.; Walker, Iain, (1991). //Empathy, Effectiveness And Donations To Charity: Social Psychology'​S Contribution//​. British Journal Of Social Psychology, 30, 4, 325--337."​ | ['c - Persistence of need - '] | '​complete'​ |  |+| '​Warren_walker_91'​ | '​Warren,​ Peter E.; Walker, Iain' | "​Empathy,​ Effectiveness And Donations To Charity: Social Psychology'​S Contribution"​ | '​British Journal Of Social Psychology'​ | '​325--337'​ | 1991 | ['​recgtLKG5gcGW0Wgx'​] ​| ['​recdqy9RPSqZ23O8x'​] | '​@article{Warren_1991,​\n\tdoi = {10.1111/​j.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1111%2Fj.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x},​\n\tyear = 1991,​\n\tmonth = {dec},​\n\tpublisher = {Wiley},​\n\tvolume = {30},​\n\tnumber = {4},​\n\tpages = {325--337},​\n\tauthor = {Peter E. Warren and Iain Walker},​\n\ttitle = {Empathy, effectiveness and donations to charity: Social psychology{\\textquotesingle}s contribution},​\n\tjournal = {British Journal of Social Psychology}\n}'​ | ['​Field-exp-charity'​] | 'Very relevant, environmentally valid field design. Possibly underpowered,​ given low response rate.' | '"​Higher donations from subjects in the low need persistence condition"​ (the "​immediate short-term needs of the sufferers"​ rather than "​sufferers\'​ ongoing, continuous long term needs"​. ​ Similar result for returning "​support forms"​. Combining these two responses, both the "low need persistence"​ and the "low need extent"​ treatment increased the response rate. However, the "low need extent"​ condition appears confounded with an identifiable victims effect, presenting "the plight of one Sudanese family"​ instead of having "made explicit the widespread nature of the crisis"​.'​ | 'David Reinstein'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Warren & W, '​91)"​ | ['​International disasters'​] | 'c - Persistence of need - ' | 16 | '​10.1111/​j.2044-8309.1991.tb00949.x'​ | ['​rec02J9GJnRoyDCGu'​] | ['​recPwUBYJc9HpX7Ag'​] | '​article'​ | '​30'​ | '​4'​ | "​Warren,​ Peter E.; Walker, Iain, (1991). //Empathy, Effectiveness And Donations To Charity: Social Psychology'​S Contribution//​. British Journal Of Social Psychology, 30, 4, 325--337."​ | ['c - Persistence of need - '] | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​brown2009modelling'​ | '​Brown,​ Sarah; Harris, Mark N.; Taylor, Karl' | '​Modelling Charitable Donations To An Unexpected Natural Disaster: Evidence From The U.S. Panel Study Of Income Dynamics'​ | '​Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization'​ | '​97--110'​ | 2012 | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Brown_2012,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jebo.2012.08.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jebo.2012.08.005},​\n\tyear = 2012,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {84},​\n\tnumber = {1},​\n\tpages = {97--110},​\n\tauthor = {Sarah Brown and Mark N. Harris and Karl Taylor},​\n\ttitle = {Modelling charitable donations to an unexpected natural disaster: Evidence from the U.S. Panel Study of Income Dynamics},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economic Behavior {\\&} Organization}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brown ea, '​12)"​ | 11 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jebo.2012.08.005'​ | '​article'​ | '​84'​ | '​1'​ | '​Brown,​ Sarah; Harris, Mark N.; Taylor, Karl, (2012). //Modelling Charitable Donations To An Unexpected Natural Disaster: Evidence From The U.S. Panel Study Of Income Dynamics//. Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization,​ 84, 1, 97--110.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​brown2009modelling'​ | '​Brown,​ Sarah; Harris, Mark N.; Taylor, Karl' | '​Modelling Charitable Donations To An Unexpected Natural Disaster: Evidence From The U.S. Panel Study Of Income Dynamics'​ | '​Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization'​ | '​97--110'​ | 2012 | '​Yes'​ | '​@article{Brown_2012,​\n\tdoi = {10.1016/​j.jebo.2012.08.005},​\n\turl = {https://​doi.org/​10.1016%2Fj.jebo.2012.08.005},​\n\tyear = 2012,​\n\tmonth = {sep},​\n\tpublisher = {Elsevier {BV}},​\n\tvolume = {84},​\n\tnumber = {1},​\n\tpages = {97--110},​\n\tauthor = {Sarah Brown and Mark N. Harris and Karl Taylor},​\n\ttitle = {Modelling charitable donations to an unexpected natural disaster: Evidence from the U.S. Panel Study of Income Dynamics},​\n\tjournal = {Journal of Economic Behavior {\\&} Organization}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "​(Brown ea, '​12)"​ | 11 | True | '​10.1016/​j.jebo.2012.08.005'​ | '​article'​ | '​84'​ | '​1'​ | '​Brown,​ Sarah; Harris, Mark N.; Taylor, Karl, (2012). //Modelling Charitable Donations To An Unexpected Natural Disaster: Evidence From The U.S. Panel Study Of Income Dynamics//. Journal Of Economic Behavior & Organization,​ 84, 1, 97--110.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
 | '​fehr2006economics'​ | 'Fehr, Ernst; Schmidt, Klaus M' | 'The Economics Of Fairness, Reciprocity And Altruism--Experimental Evidence And New Theories'​ | '​615--691'​ | 2006 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@incollection{fehr2006economics,​\n ​ title={The economics of fairness, reciprocity and altruism--experimental evidence and new theories},​\n ​ author={Fehr,​ Ernst and Schmidt, Klaus M},\n  booktitle={Handbook of the economics of giving, altruism and reciprocity},​\n ​ volume={1},​\n ​ pages={615--691},​\n ​ year={2006},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(Fehr & S, '​06)"​ | '​incollection'​ | '​Handbook Of The Economics Of Giving, Altruism And Reciprocity'​ | 'Fehr, Ernst; Schmidt, Klaus M, (2006). //The Economics Of Fairness, Reciprocity And Altruism--Experimental Evidence And New Theories//, 615--691. In: Handbook Of The Economics Of Giving, Altruism And Reciprocity.'​ | '​complete'​ |  | | '​fehr2006economics'​ | 'Fehr, Ernst; Schmidt, Klaus M' | 'The Economics Of Fairness, Reciprocity And Altruism--Experimental Evidence And New Theories'​ | '​615--691'​ | 2006 | '​Maybe'​ | '​@incollection{fehr2006economics,​\n ​ title={The economics of fairness, reciprocity and altruism--experimental evidence and new theories},​\n ​ author={Fehr,​ Ernst and Schmidt, Klaus M},\n  booktitle={Handbook of the economics of giving, altruism and reciprocity},​\n ​ volume={1},​\n ​ pages={615--691},​\n ​ year={2006},​\n ​ publisher={Elsevier}\n}'​ | ['​recgEFNRxoENNWxt8'​] | "(Fehr & S, '​06)"​ | '​incollection'​ | '​Handbook Of The Economics Of Giving, Altruism And Reciprocity'​ | 'Fehr, Ernst; Schmidt, Klaus M, (2006). //The Economics Of Fairness, Reciprocity And Altruism--Experimental Evidence And New Theories//, 615--691. In: Handbook Of The Economics Of Giving, Altruism And Reciprocity.'​ | '​complete'​ |  |
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