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http://www.stanford.edu/~niederle/Organs%20and%20Philanthropic%20Inducements.pdf

Philanthropically Funded Heroism Awards for Kidney Donors?
(forthcoming in Law & Contemporary Problems, 77:3, 2014)
Muriel Niederle and Alvin E. Roth
Stanford University and NBER

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"The present paper explores another way to possibly ease the path towards non‐directed kidney
donation among those inclined to make such a donation by combining the appreciations of both
philanthropy and heroism suggested by the proposals in the previous paragraph. Specifically we
consider an award that recognizes a non‐directed donor as a hero and comes with a prize of $50.000.16
We report a brief preliminary survey designed to assess public reaction to various forms of heroism
awards for non‐directed kidney donors. There are two dimensions to our survey."

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