Inequality in network cooperation games

Inequality in network cooperation games

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Inequality in network cooperation games

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Title Inequality in network cooperation games
URI http://doi.org/10.7802/1697
Primary Researcher Tsvetkova, Milena;London School of Economics and Political Science
Publication Year 2018
Availability Freier Zugang (ohne Registrierung)
Contributor Wagner, Claudia;GESIS;Projektmitglied (Project Member)
Mao, Andrew;CTRL-labs;Projektmitglied (Project Member)
Subject Area Organizational Sociology
Social Psychology
Management Science
Other Fields of Economic Sciences
General Concepts, Major Hypotheses and Major Theories in the Social Sciences
Methods and Techniques of Data Collection and Data Analysis, Statistical Methods, Computer Methods
Other Fields of Sociology
Topic Classification Group
Selection Method Controlled experiments of cooperation games played repeatedly in groups of at least 10 individuals
Data Collection Mode Laboratory experiment
Licenses CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
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