Starting with a prisoner’s dilemma, a simple taxonomy of the possible characteristics of a game is introduced. This forms the basis for discussing repeated interactions and the emergence of personalised rules used in durable relationships. When by their nature, interactions are sporadic, much of the same results can be obtained by the use of social rules. Finally, the use of formal contracts, typically incomplete, and a third party to solve conflicts is outlined. The Appendix contains a summary introduction to the problem of incompleteness of norm systems.

Beretta, C. L., Accordi, regole sociali, giudici e tribunali. Part I, <<Working Paper DISEIS>>, 2015; 2015 (I): 1-49 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/93096]

Accordi, regole sociali, giudici e tribunali. Part I

Beretta, Carlo Luigi
Primo
2015

Abstract

Starting with a prisoner’s dilemma, a simple taxonomy of the possible characteristics of a game is introduced. This forms the basis for discussing repeated interactions and the emergence of personalised rules used in durable relationships. When by their nature, interactions are sporadic, much of the same results can be obtained by the use of social rules. Finally, the use of formal contracts, typically incomplete, and a third party to solve conflicts is outlined. The Appendix contains a summary introduction to the problem of incompleteness of norm systems.
Italiano
Working Paper DISEIS
978-88-343-3173-6
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Beretta, C. L., Accordi, regole sociali, giudici e tribunali. Part I, <>, 2015; 2015 (I): 1-49 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/93096]
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