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Dynamic voluntary contributions to a discrete public good:
Experimental evidence

Abstract : We experiment a mechanism for the provision of a discrete public good where individuals are allowed to update upwards their contribution during a fixed time interval. Experimental evidence shows that subjects increase their contributions in order to finance the cost of the good. The public good is financed more frequently when its cost is low relative to the social ability to pay.
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Pavel Diev, Walid Hichri. Dynamic voluntary contributions to a discrete public good:
Experimental evidence. Economics Bulletin, Economics Bulletin, 2008, 3 (23), pp. 1-11. ⟨halshs-00282669⟩

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