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2014
 
Are Government Workers really more Public-Spirited than those in the Private Sector?
by Mirco Tonin and Michael Vlassopoulos
Economics - Articles
 

This article reports that indeed workers in the public sector are more likely to engage in socially motivated activities than their private sector counterparts. However, this is so just because the public services employ people with higher education and skills, characteristics that increase the likelihood of being socially engaged.



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