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Foundations of human sociality : economic experiments and ethnographic evidence from fifteen small-scale societies.

Author: Joseph Patrick HenrichRobert BoydSamuel BowlesErnst FehrHerbert GintisAll authors
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004.
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Combining ethnographic and experimental approaches, this book reports the results of a large cross-cultural study aimed at determining the sources of social (non-selfish) preferences that underlie  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Patrick Henrich; Robert Boyd; Samuel Bowles; Ernst Fehr; Herbert Gintis; Colin Camerer; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 0199262055 9780199262052
OCLC Number: 191826501
Description: 1 online resource (472 p.)
Contents: 1. Introduction and Guide to the Volume ; 2. Overview and Synthesis ; 3. Measuring Social Norms and Preferences Using Experimental Games: A Guide for Social Sciences ; 4. Coalitional Effects on Reciprocal Fairness in the Ultimatum Game: A Case from the Ecuadorian Amazon ; 5. Comparative Experimental Evidence from Machiguenga, Mapuche, Huinca, and American Populations Shows Substantial Variation Among Social Groups in Bargaining and Public Goods Behavior ; 6. Dictators and Ultimatums in an Egalitarian Society of Hunter-Gatherers - the Hadza of Tanzania ; 7. Does Market Exposure Affect Economic Game Behavior? The Ultimatum Game and the Public Goods Game Among the Tsimane of Bolivia ; 8. Market Integration, Reciprocity, and Fairness in Rural Papua New Guinea: Results from a Two-Village Ultimatum Game Experiment ; 9. Ultimatum Game with an Ethnicity Manipulation: Results from Khovdiin Bulgan Sum, Mongolia ; 10. Kinship, Familiarity, and Trust: An Experimental Investigation ; 11. Community Structure, Mobility, and the Strength of Norms in an Africa Society: the Sangu of Tanzania ; 12. Market Integration and Fairness: Evidence from Ultimatum, Dictator, and Public Goods Experiments in East Africa ; 13. Economic Experiments to Examine Fairness and Cooperation among the Ache Indians of Paraguay ; 14. The Ultimatum Game, Fairness, and Cooperation among Big Game Hunters
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