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The private provision of public goods: Altruism and voluntary giving

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  • Smith, Vincent H.
  • Kehoe, Michael R.
  • Cremer, Mary E.

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  • Smith, Vincent H. & Kehoe, Michael R. & Cremer, Mary E., 1995. "The private provision of public goods: Altruism and voluntary giving," Journal of Public Economics, Elsevier, vol. 58(1), pages 107-126, September.
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