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 ===== Unconditional gift ===== ===== Unconditional gift =====
- +//Charities or fundraisers may offer a gift to potential donors that  they can keep whether or not they donate. ​ For example, a charity for African development projects may include ​ a small beaded necklace crafted in the villages they  are supporting along with each solicitation mailing.//
-//Charities or fundraisers may offer a gift to potential donors that  they can keep whether or not they donate. ​ For example, a charity for African development projects may include ​ a small beaded necklace crafted in the villages they  are supporting along with each solicitation mailing. //+
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 **Tool variation**: ​ **Tool variation**: ​
  
-**Category**:​ Incentives/​gifts ​+**Category**:​ Incentives/​gifts
  
 **Sub-category**: ​ **Sub-category**: ​
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 ==== Key papers ==== ==== Key papers ====
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   * [[papers:​Gift Exchange In The Field|Gift Exchange In The Field]], [[http://​www.ucl.ac.uk/​~uctpshu/​falk.pdf|Full text]]   * [[papers:​Gift Exchange In The Field|Gift Exchange In The Field]], [[http://​www.ucl.ac.uk/​~uctpshu/​falk.pdf|Full text]]
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 ==== Secondary papers ==== ==== Secondary papers ====
  
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 **Contributors** David Reinstein **Contributors** David Reinstein
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