Of Credence and Collective Action
Religions Comparative Advantages in Social Charity
By Anthony J. Gill
Religious organizations provide unique lessons on how private groups can effectively care for local communities social needs. Faith-based institutions are less susceptible to moral-hazard problems and provide training for volunteers, who then benefit the larger community with charitable outreach.
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