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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Foundations of human sociality.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2004
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joseph Patrick Henrich; Oxford University Press.
|ISBN:||0199262055 9780199262052 9780191532214 0191532215|
|Description:||1 online resource (xix, 451 pages) : illustrations, map|
|Contents:||Measuring social norms and preferences using experimental games : a guide for social scientists / Colin F. Camerer and Ernst Fehr --
Coalitional effects on reciprocal fairness in the ultimatum game : a case from the Ecuadorian Amazon / John Q. Patton --
Comparative experimental evidence from Machiguenga, Mapuche, Huinca, and American populations / Joseph Henrich and Natalie Smith --
Dictators and ultimatums in a egalitarian society of hunter-gatherers : the Hadza of Tanzania / Frank Marlowe --
Does market exposure affect economic game behavior? : the ultimatum game and the public goods game among the Tsimane' of Bolivia / Michael Gurven --
Market integration, reciprocity, and fairness in rural Papua New Guinea : results from a two-village ultimatum game experiment / David P. Tracer --
Ultimatum game with an ethnicity manipulation : results from Khovidiin Bulgan Sum, Mongolia / Francisco J. Gil-White --
Kinship, familiarity, and trust : an experimental investigation / Abigail Barr --
Community structure, mobility, and the strength of norms in an African society : the Sangu of Tanzania / Richard McElreath --
Market integration and fairness : evidence from ultimatum, dictator, and public goods experiments in East Africa / Jean Ensminger --
Economic experiments to examine fairness and cooperation among the Ache Indians of Paraguay / Kim Hill and Michael Gurven --
The ultimatum game, fairness, and cooperation among big game hunters / Michael S. Alvard.
|Other Titles:||Economic experiments and ethnographic evidence from fifteen small-scale societies|
|Responsibility:||edited by Joseph Henrich [and others].|
In my opinion this is one of the major social science projects of the last 20 years. Professor Elinor Ostrom, University of Indiana