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“Experimenting with Social Norms” in Small-Scale Societies
Posted on 2015-10-03 by pseudoerasmus
Social norms, institutions, and economic development. (A companion post to “Where do pro-social institutions come from?”)
Posted in Cultural Evolution, Economic Anthropology, Institutions, Social Evolution | Tagged behavioral games, Dictator Game, Economic Experiments, Experimenting with Social Norms, Fairness and Punishment in Cross-cultural perspective, Foundations of Human Sociality, Jean Ensminger, Joseph Henrich, Third Party Punishment Game, Trust games, Ultimatum Game | 11 Comments