Conditional cooperation and cultural worldviews
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Original versionEconomics Letters. 2017, 158 51-53. 10.1016/j.econlet.2017.06.034
We show that conditionally cooperative behavior depends on the cultural worldviews of players in a public goods game. While others have examined the interaction of culture and cooperative behavior by comparing results from different geographic locations, we consider individual cultural measures. Conditional cooperation and pure free-riding behavior is strongly associated with specific worldviews.