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Giving in a Large Economy: Price vs. Non-Price Effects in a Field Experiment
We conduct a large-scale ...eld experiment with 2,440 subjects in which we exogenously vary the price of contributing to the closest empirical counterpart of an in...nitely large public good, climate change mitigation. We ...nd that the price e¤ect is robust and negative, but quantitatively weak, with a price elasticity of 0:25. Socioeconomic variables such as education, situational variables such as meteorological conditions around the time of the experiment, and attitudinal variables that candoi:10.11588/heidok.00012101 fatcat:l2fh3rpvq5devkq4gajkhgqthy