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Sozial-ökologische Dilemmata und ihre experimentelle Analyse

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  • Werne Güth

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  • Hartmut Kliemt

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Normensystemen kollektive Güter (oder Übel) bereitzustellen vermag. Kollektive Güter bilden typischerweise Antworten auf Kollektivgut-Probleme. Eine besonders wichtige Klasse solcher Kollektivgut-Probleme entsteht im Rahmen von so genannten "Allmenden" (oder "commons"). In diesem Beitrag gehen wir zunächst skizzenhaft auf die Grundlagen einer spieltheoretisch informierten Behandlung von "Allmende-Problemen" und deren Lösung ein (2.). Dann werden wir exemplarisch einige wenige neuere experimentelle Studien zu Allmendeproblemen exemplarisch skizzieren (3.). Den Abschluss bilden allgemeine Reflektionen (4.).

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  • Werne Güth & Hartmut Kliemt, 2009. "Sozial-ökologische Dilemmata und ihre experimentelle Analyse," Papers on Strategic Interaction 2009-14, Max Planck Institute of Economics, Strategic Interaction Group.
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