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Reciprocity: an economics of social relations

Author: Kolm, Serge-Christophe Series: Federico Caffè lectures Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 390 p. : Graphs ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780521882651Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Reciprocity An Economics of Social Relations Contents List of illustrations Foreword Introduction Part I Facts and forms 1 Presentation 2 Evidence and scope 3 Giving and exchanges 4 Forms and structures of reciprocity Part II Motives 5 The three worlds of reciprocity 6 Balance reciprocity 7 Liking reciprocities 8 Other reciprocities: continuation, relational, imitation, extended 9 Reciprocity and social sentiments 10 Reciprocity in the modes of economic realization 134 142 151 97 105 116 11 33 50 74 page ix xi 1 Part III Values and reasons 11 The values of reciprocity 12 Reciprocal corrections of market failures 13 Reciprocity in trust, and intrinsic values 14 Normative uses of reciprocity 15 The logic of good social relations 16 How and why? Understanding and explaining reciprocity Part IV The economics of reciprocity 17 General methodology of reciprocity analysis 18 The theory of comparative, matching, or balance reciprocity 19 The theory of liking reciprocity 20 Strategic interaction and process preferences: games of reciprocity 21 General properties of processes 22 Solutions of reciprocity games; comparisons 23 Reciprocity in the understanding of society and its economy Bibliography Index 318 354 378 283 290 298 245 161 168 185 192 202 224 251 262

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