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Human nature and sociality in economics

Human nature and sociality in economics
Human nature and sociality in economics
Contents
Volume 1.
Preface. 1. Introduction to the economics of altruism, giving and reciprocity (S-C. Kolm).
Part I: Foundations. I-A: Social view.
2. The empirical analysis of transfer motives (E. Schokkaert). 3. Altruistic behavior and altruistic motivations (J. Elster). 4. The gift and reciprocity: Perspectives from economic anthropology (C. Hann).
I-B: Overall views.
5. The economic theory of gift-giving: perfect substitutability of transfers and redistribution of wealth (J. Mercier Ythier). 6. Reciprocity: Its scope, rationales and consequences (S-C. Kolm ).
I-C: Experimental social psychology.
7. The formation of social preferences: Some lessons from Psychology and Biology (L. Levy-Garboua, C. Meidinger, B. Rapoport). 8. The economics of fairness, Reciprocity and altruism: Experimental evidence (E. Fehr, K.M. Schmidt). I-D: Human nature. 9. The economics of human relationships (P-L. Sacco, P. Vanin, S. Zamagni). 10. Human nature and sociality in economics (N. Bardsley, R. Sugden).
I-E: Special topics.
11. Natural kantian or zoo economicus? evolutionary theories of selfishness and altruism among men and beasts (T.C. Bergstrom). 12. Solidarity norms and institutions in village societies: Static and dynamic considerations (J-P. Platteau).
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Elsevier
Bardsley, N.
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Sugden, R.
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Kolm, S.
Ythier, Jean Mercier
Bardsley, N.
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Sugden, R.
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Kolm, S.
Ythier, Jean Mercier

Bardsley, N. and Sugden, R. (2006) Human nature and sociality in economics. In, Kolm, S. and Ythier, Jean Mercier (eds.) The Handbook of the Economics of Gift-Giving, Altruism and Reciprocity. London, UK. Elsevier.

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Contents
Volume 1.
Preface. 1. Introduction to the economics of altruism, giving and reciprocity (S-C. Kolm).
Part I: Foundations. I-A: Social view.
2. The empirical analysis of transfer motives (E. Schokkaert). 3. Altruistic behavior and altruistic motivations (J. Elster). 4. The gift and reciprocity: Perspectives from economic anthropology (C. Hann).
I-B: Overall views.
5. The economic theory of gift-giving: perfect substitutability of transfers and redistribution of wealth (J. Mercier Ythier). 6. Reciprocity: Its scope, rationales and consequences (S-C. Kolm ).
I-C: Experimental social psychology.
7. The formation of social preferences: Some lessons from Psychology and Biology (L. Levy-Garboua, C. Meidinger, B. Rapoport). 8. The economics of fairness, Reciprocity and altruism: Experimental evidence (E. Fehr, K.M. Schmidt). I-D: Human nature. 9. The economics of human relationships (P-L. Sacco, P. Vanin, S. Zamagni). 10. Human nature and sociality in economics (N. Bardsley, R. Sugden).
I-E: Special topics.
11. Natural kantian or zoo economicus? evolutionary theories of selfishness and altruism among men and beasts (T.C. Bergstrom). 12. Solidarity norms and institutions in village societies: Static and dynamic considerations (J-P. Platteau).

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Published date: 2006

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/35307
ISBN: 0444506977
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Date deposited: 17 May 2006
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Author: N. Bardsley
Author: R. Sugden
Editor: S. Kolm
Editor: Jean Mercier Ythier

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