Voluntarism in the Shadow of Coercion
We offer an alternative to the conventional 'exchange of favours' story for participation in environmental VA's. The model has a variety of unconventional implications and whilst the environmental application is topical it could be used to explain pro-social behaviour in settings as diverse as product markets, organisations and student common rooms.
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