Government Support and Charitable Donations: A Meta-Analysis of the Crowding-out Hypothesis

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Description: This page stores full documentation of the article "Government Support and Charitable Donations: A Meta-Analysis of the Crowding-out Hypothesis" which has been published as: De Wit, A., & Bekkers, R. (2017). Government Support and Charitable Donations: A Meta-Analysis of the Crowding-out Hypothesis. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 27(2), 301-319.

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With the growing body of literature on governance styles in which nonprofit organizations are involved in creating and implementing public services, there is a need for robust evidence on the effects of public funding on nonprofit revenues. This paper systematically reviews previous studies on the crowding-out hypothesis, which holds that private charitable donations are lower in situations of hig...

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