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 ===== Contingent match ===== ===== Contingent match =====
- +//Large donors (for example) ​might agree to match all donations made if a particular threshold is reached, or if there is a particular response rate (share of people who donate).//
-//Large donors (for example) ​ ​may ​agree to match all donations made if a particular threshold is reached, or there is a particular response rate (share of people who donate).//+
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 **Tool variation**: ​ **Tool variation**: ​
  
-**Category**:​ Incentives/​gifts ​+**Category**:​ Incentives/​gifts
  
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 ==== Main findings ==== ==== Main findings ====
  
-One paper finds that a match contingent on a 75% participation rate was more efective ​than a standard match, or no match.+One paper finds that a match contingent on a 75% participation rate was more effective ​than a standard match and also more effective than no match.
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 ==== Key papers ==== ==== Key papers ====
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   * [[papers:​Contingent Match Incentives Increase Donations|Contingent Match Incentives Increase Donations]],​ [[https://​dash.harvard.edu/​bitstream/​handle/​1/​12557293/​anik,​norton,​ariely_contingent-match-incentives.pdf?​sequence=1|Full text]]   * [[papers:​Contingent Match Incentives Increase Donations|Contingent Match Incentives Increase Donations]],​ [[https://​dash.harvard.edu/​bitstream/​handle/​1/​12557293/​anik,​norton,​ariely_contingent-match-incentives.pdf?​sequence=1|Full text]]
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 ==== Secondary papers ==== ==== Secondary papers ====
  
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 **Contributors** ​ **Contributors** ​
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