Jonathan Meer

Texas A&M University

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Jonathan Meer is Assistant Professor of Economics at Texas A&M University

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Are you getting inundated with those end-of-year solicitations from your favorite charities? 'Tis the season to give your last tax-deductible donations.

Recession and cynicism hurting charitable giving

Are you getting inundated with those end-of-year solicitations from your favorite charities? 'Tis the season to give your last tax-deductible donations.

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