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Teorías De La Evolución Del Comportamiento Cooperativo: Una Revisión Crítica

  • RICARDO GUZMAN

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    (Escuela de Administración, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

  • ROBERT ROWTHORN

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    (Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge and King’s College, Cambridge, UK)

  • CARLOS RODRÍGUEZ SICKERT

    ()

    (Escuela de Administración, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)

In this paper we survey the theories of gratuitous cooperation, i.e., in favour of non-relatives and without repeated interaction. We also describe our work on the area, whose objective is to integrate the various theories of gratuitous cooperation into a self-contained framework. Our conclusions are as follows. First: altruistic punishment, conformism, and gratuitous cooperation coevolve, and group selection is a necessary for the coevolution to take place. Second: people do not cooperate by mistake, as most theories imply. On the contrary, people knowingly sacrifice themselves for others. Third: in cooperative dilemmas conformism is an expression of preference, not a learning rule. Fourth: group mutations are necessary to sustain cooperation in the long-run.

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Volume (Year): 11 (2008)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 3-18

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