References

TheEGG tries to bridge the gap between journal and blog. As such, most of the articles here feature ample references. All of the referenced papers are collected on this page for easier access with links to the posts that cite them.

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  45. Axelrod, R. (1981). The emergence of cooperation among egoists. The American Political Science Review, 306-318. Blog posts: Asking Amanda Palmer about cooperation in the public goods game.
  46. Axelrod, R. and Hamilton, W.D. (1981). The evolution of cooperation. Science 211: 1390-1396. Blog posts: Fewer friends, more cooperation; Social learning dilemma; Hunger Games themed semi-iterated prisoner’s dilemma tournament; Short history of iterated prisoner’s dilemma tournaments.
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