The Economics of Rights, Co-operation and Welfare

Palgrave Macmillan UK, 1. jan. 2005 - 243 sider
This is a new edition - with a substantial new introduction - of a book which has had a significant impact on economics, philosophy and political science. Robert Sugden shows how conventions of property, mutual aid, and voluntary supply of public goods can evolve spontaneously out of the interactions of self-interested individuals, and can become moral norms. Sugden was among the first social scientists to use evolutionary game theory. His approach remains distinctive in emphasizing psychological and cultural notions of salience.

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Om forfatteren (2005)

ROBERT SUGDEN is Professor of Economics at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK. His theoretical, experimental and philosophical work on social choice, choice under uncertainty, the foundations of decision and game theory, and the evolution of social conventions has been published in the leading journals of economics and philosophy.

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