Efficiency Measures Discriminate Against Lesser-Known Causes
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July 8, 2009, Harvard Business Online — This is the fourth in a series on the failings of "efficiency" measures. Today: discrimination against less popular causes.
In 1988 the Supreme Court took up the matter of a North Carolina law which stated that any professional solicitor's fee which exceeded 20% of the total funds raised was unreasonable.
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