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Altruism and performance in Bertrand-Duopoly-experiments

Rolf Stoecker

Altruism and performance in Bertrand-Duopoly-experiments

by Rolf Stoecker

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Published by Institut für Mathematische Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität Bielefeld in Bielefeld .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Duopolies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRolf Stoecker.
    SeriesWorking papers - Institute of Mathematical Economics ; Nr. 57, Working papers (Universität Bielefeld. Institut für Mathematische Wirtschaftsforschung) ;, Nr. 57.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB135 .W65 Nr. 57, HD2731 .W65 Nr. 57
    The Physical Object
    Pagination21 leaves ;
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4321619M
    LC Control Number78361870

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The Evolutionary Biology of Altruism InHarvard biologist E. Wilson published Sociobiology, which was viewed by most people at the time. Although altruism has long been considered a uniquely human capacity, prior work has shown that many animals choose to help others in situations where there is no cost of doing so.

Sterck, Olesen, and Massen (, Journal of Comparative Psychology) (PDF, 94KB) examined whether long-tailed macaques (Macaca fasicularis) engage in true. The Bertrand Duopoly differs from the Cournot model in that the firms’ strategies are assumed to be prices rather than quantities.

The set of players remains {1, 2}. We continue to assume there is an aggregate demand function D(p) that is finite at p = 0, zero for p ≥ p- downward-sloping on p ∈ [0, p-], and upper semicontinuous; and that firm i has a lower semicontinuous cost function c i.

Also notice that the regression analysis replicates the finding by Suetens and Potters () that Bertrand colludes more than Cournot-however, only if tacit collusion is based Altruism and performance in Bertrand-Duopoly-experiments book Nash predictions.

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Rather than being the exception to the rule, recent research seems to. I’ve got a new article in the New Yorker this week about the persistent paradox of altruism.

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altruism, but the ‘external return’ received by the others affects only altruism. Palfrey and Prisbrey () find that warm-glow dominates altruism, while Goeree, Holt and Laury () find mostly altruism. Combining this evidence, it appears that both motives are likely to be significant.

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This book is licensed under a Creative Commons by-nc-sa license. Many philosophers have maintained that altruism is a crucial component of morality, and that people often do behave altruistically.

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The profound benefits of altruism in modern society are self-evident. However, the potential hurtful aspects of altruism have gone largely unrecognized in scientific inquiry. This is despite the fact that virtually all forms of altruism are associated with tradeoffs—some of enormous importance and sensitivity—and notwithstanding that examples of pathologies of altruism abound.The altruistic personality and the self-report altruism scale.

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