Demand for Giving to Multiple Charities : Theory and

Filiz-ozbay, Emel & Uler, Neslihan, (2016). Demand for Giving to Multiple Charities : Theory and. , 1–40.

Keywords: c90, charitable giving, competition, d62, department of economics for, emel filiz-ozbay thanks university, externalities, h41, jel codes, mitre funding from university, of maryland, of michigan to employ, rebate subsidies, student assistants, their generous, we are grateful to


Type of evidence: Lab-charity

Related tools: Charities collaborate/compete?

Related theories:

Related critiques: Obvious contrast in within-subject treatments

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Donor population:

Paper summary


Our theory predicts that an increase in the rebate rate offered by a given charity relative to a substitute charity will shift donations away from the substitute charity, but this “stealing” effect is not expected when complementary charities are considered. … experimental results support our theoretical predictions.


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