The Impact of Visible Minorities on Majority Giving

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Title: The Impact of Visible Minorities on Majority Giving
Authors: Amankwaa, Benic
Date: 2012
Abstract: This Paper examines how the interactions between minority and majority groups affect the willingness of the latter to give to international charity, using Canadian data. By minority group I mean all individuals living in Canada who have non-white ethnic background (Chinese, Africans etc.) and the reverse is true for the majority group. I find that on averages a 10% increase in the population of minorities reduces the predicted probability by 14-17%. Statistically, the estimate is mostly significant but the economic impact is very minimal.
URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/23725
CollectionScience économique - Mémoires // Economics - Research Papers
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