The Possibility of Co‐Operation: Lessons from Experimental Social Psychology
The findings on non-cooperative game theory from the previous chapters are analysed within context of social experimental psychology. It covers cooperation in repeated games, cooperation in game with communication, and cooperation in one-shot games. It argues that people often fail to behave in ways that do not support the universal free-riding hypothesis, even when interactions are not repeated.
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