English, Article edition: Relational Goods and Associational Participation Lionel Prouteau; François-Charles Wolff

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  • Relational Goods and Associational Participation
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  • Lionel Prouteau
  • François-Charles Wolff
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  • In this paper, we focus on the role of interpersonal contact and the possibility of a relational motive to explain participation and volunteering in associations. Drawing on the relational goods theory, we show that associational activities are favorable to production and consumption of such goods. So, associational participants are expected to have more personal interactions. This theoretical hypothesis is tested using a cross-sectional data set conducted in France in 1999. Our econometric analysis, which controls for endogeneity of associational participation using a simultaneous equations model, emphasizes a significantly positive relationship between this participation and preferences for relational goods. Copyright CIRIEC, 2004.
  • RePEc:bla:annpce:v:75:y:2004:i:3:p:431-463
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