By Robert Boyd, Colin Camerer, Ernst Fehr, Joseph Henrich, Samuel Bowles, Herbert Gintis
This path-breaking booklet addresses the character of human sociality. via bringing jointly experimental and ethnographic information from fifteen various tribal societies, the members may be able to discover the universality of human explanations in monetary decision-making, and the significance of social, institutional and cultural components, in a way that has been tremendous infrequent within the social sciences. Its findings have far-reaching implications around the social sciences.
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Extra info for Foundations of Human Sociality: Economic Experiments and Ethnographic Evidence from Fifteen Small-Scale Societies
This work has focused on a far too narrow slice of humanity to allow generalizations about the human species. A vast amount of ethnographic and historical research suggests that social preferences are likely to be inﬂuenced by the economic, social, and cultural environment. Humans live in societies with different forms of social organization and institutions, different kinship systems, and diverse ecological circumstances; varying degrees of market integration demonstrate quite different kinds of social behavior.
Among the Tsimane, the extent of formal education emerges as marginally signiﬁcant in a multivariate regression involving age, village, sex, Spanish-speaking ability, trips to the nearest market town, and Wage Labor participation. More educated Tsimane offer less in the Ultimatum Game game. However, we ﬁnd no effect of formal education on Public Goods Game play in the Tsimane. Thus, while schooling effects may exist in a few cases, they are not particularly strong or consistent across games or societies.
27 Shona—the implied levels of risk aversion are implausible. 4 Clearly, an individual with this level of risk aversion would be unable to function in an uncertain environment. Second, risk aversion was measured directly in the Mapuche and the Sangu by offering subjects a series of risky choices (Henrich and McElreath 2002; Henrich and Smith, Chapter 5, this volume). In both societies, subjects were risk preferring, not risk averse, a fact that casts further doubt on the risk aversion interpretation.
Foundations of Human Sociality: Economic Experiments and Ethnographic Evidence from Fifteen Small-Scale Societies by Robert Boyd, Colin Camerer, Ernst Fehr, Joseph Henrich, Samuel Bowles, Herbert Gintis