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The impact of visible minorities on majority giving

TitleThe impact of visible minorities on majority giving
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsAmankwaa, B.
UniversityUniversity of Ottawa
CityOttawa, ON
Keywordsimmigration, international charity, majority group, minority group
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.

URLhttps://www.ruor.uottawa.ca/fr/handle/10393/23725
Document URLhttps://www.ruor.uottawa.ca/fr/bitstream/handle/10393/23725/amankwaa_benic_2012_research.pdf