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Transitioning to Adulthood - PSID-TA

Transitioning to Adulthood - PSID-TA

R+ Teen Survey Brief

R+ Teen Survey Brief

Jones Center Final Report

Jones Center Final Report

Science of Generosity Report

Science of Generosity Report

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Patricia Snell Herzog and Heather Price. 2016. American Generosity: Who Gives and Why. Oxford University Press.American charitable giving veers from the hyperbolically generous to the hyperbolically stingy. On some days, no one has a quarter to spare; in times of disaster, Americans will put their lives on hold to build houses for those displaced by hurricanes. The crucial question of who gives and why they do it lies at the heart of American Generosity. Patricia Snell Herzog and Heather Price..

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