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Discriminatory club and moral ability to co-operate

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  • BARILLOT Sébastien
  • BALLET Jérôme

The article asserts that the efficiency of a collective action depends on two factors. First, the variation of the congestion cost according to the size and the membership structure defines equilibrium access conditions. Second, individual calculus and optimum perception are influenced by the individual’s ability to regard others as partners. So, we use a model of discriminatory club with “moral ability\" to co-operate. Finally, some unusual club’s shapes are described.

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Paper provided by Groupe de Recherche en Economie Théorique et Appliquée in its series Cahiers du GREThA with number 2015-04.

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Date of creation: 2015
Handle: RePEc:grt:wpegrt:2015-04
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