How Can Bill and Melinda Gates Increase Other Peopleâ€™s Donations to Fund Public Goods?
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Keywordspublic goods; charitable fundraising; asymmetric information; matching grant; donors; donations; poverty; charity; Gross Domestic Product; average revenue; consumption; tax;
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