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research-article | 05-February-2021

Social Cohesion and Cooperation for Public Goods

Public goods pose dilemmas of collective action, which require a mechanism (or combination of complementary mechanisms) to solve. Solutions usually come in the form of selective incentives: (promises of) rewards and (threats of) punishments (Olson, 1965). In order for incentives to have the intended effect, however, individuals have to be monitored, and gossip that establishes their reputations has to be passed through the group’s network reliably (Panchanathan and Boyd, 2004; Hilbe et al

Jeroen Bruggeman, Rense Corten

Connections, Volume 41 , ISSUE 1, 1–6

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