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Personalized philanthropy

By Giuseppe Ugazio


Estimating moral and financial subjective values to explain preferences for philanthropy Philanthropy is characterized by a tension between promoting moral values aimed at increasing humanity’s quality of life and the material cost incurred to achieve said goal. Material values and preferences are well captured by computational models of choice; however, little is known about moral values: can computation models of choice explain moral preferences

Topics: info:eu-repo/classification/ddc/650, info:eu-repo/classification/ddc/177.7, Philanthropy
Year: 2019
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