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Experimentos Secuenciales En La Gestión De Los Recursos Comunes

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  • Lluis Bru

    (Universidad de Málaga)

  • Susana Cabrera

    ()
    (Washington and Lee University, VA, USA.)

  • C. Mónica Capra
  • Rosario Gómez

Abstract

. En este trabajo describimos un juego de recursos comunes en el que los participantes deciden que cantidad extraer de manera secuencial. Hay dos opciones, una representa coger una cantidad mayor del stock que la otra. Una vez que un jugador ha tomado su decisión, el stock restante crece a una tasa constante. Consideramos un juego con un número finito de movimientos alternativos y se pudo observar que cambios en la mayor porción del stock que los jugadores pueden extraer y en la tasa de crecimiento del mismo afectan al equilibrio del juego, pero tienen un efecto muy pobre sobre el comportamiento de los individuos en el laboratorio. Además, advertimos una mayor cooperación que la que se predecía bajo ciertas condiciones, así como que ciertos parámetros que eran estratégicamente irrelevantes afectaban al comportamiento. Los resultados de esta investigación podrían ser de utilidad para los responsables de la gestión de determinados recursos naturales renovables que deban aplicar medidas para prevenir la sobreexplotación de los mismos.

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Paper provided by Instituto de Estudios Fiscales in its series Working Papers with number 5-02 Classification-JEL : C73, C92.

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Handle: RePEc:hpe:wpaper:y:2002:i:5

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Keywords: Experimentos en laboratorio; recursos comunes; juegos.;

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  1. Juan Prieto-Rodríguez & Rafael Salas & Santiago Álvarez-García, . "The Evolution Of Income Inequality In The European Union," Working Papers 10-02 Classification-JEL , Instituto de Estudios Fiscales.

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