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Cooperation in Economy and Society
     

Cooperation in Economy and Society

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by Robert C. Marshall (Editor), James Acheson (Contribution by), Matthew Bird (Contribution by), Gracia Clark (Contribution by), Bruce Dahlin (Contribution by)
 

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The essays in the book analyze cases of cooperation in a wide range of ethnographic, archaeological and evolutionary settings. Cooperation is examined in situations of market exchange, local and long-distance reciprocity, hierarchical relations, common property and commons access, and cooperatives. Not all of these analyses show stable and long-term results of

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Cooperation in Economy and Society 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What are we? <br> We are a gang of thieves, assassins, and mischief-makers. We are outlaws. <p> What are the missions? <br> Any job that the leader thinks you would be good at accomplishing. <p> What is the punishement for failing a mission? <br> Severe injuring. You will not die, but will be weak for a while. <p> What about food? <br> You will be expected to find your own food unless times are tough. <p> RULES <br> Always obey the leader's orders <br> No godmodding <br> Keep our location a 'secret'. Don't tell everyone you know but spread the word. <br> Don't give your loyalties to an outsider. <br> Traitors are to be killed. <br> Try not to die, but you won't be missed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Uh, let's wait until we're back in Ponyville. So nobody gets suspiscious. *They turn away and run back to Ponyville.*