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Faire émerger la coopération internationale : une approche expérimentale comparée du bilatéralisme et du multilatéralisme

  • Stéphane Betrand
  • Kene Boun My
  • Alban Verchère

Nous étudions expérimentalement le comportement de sujets confrontés, dans une population, à une multiplicité de jeux du dilemme du prisonnier, suivant que les interactions sont bilatérales ou multilatérales. Nous observons, (i), une coopération significativement supérieure en cas de bilatéralisme, (ii), son développement dans le temps à l’inverse du multilatéralisme, et enfin, (iii), un niveau de coopération intermédiaire quand les sujets sont simplement regroupés par paires. Ces résultats mettent en lumière l’effet particulièrement favorable du bilatéralisme, ce dernier, de surcroît, n’empêchant pas l’émergence de la coopération totale souhaitée par les approches privilégiant le multilatéralisme.

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