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Transaction costs and procrastination in charitable giving

Maroš Servátka discusses whether giving people more time to donate to charity reduces donations. People may intend to donate, but because of the transaction costs of doing so, postpone making the payment until they are less busy, and having postponed making the donation once, keep postponing. 

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