An evolutionary approach to social welfare /
The autonomy of individuals their view of the world in the past, had led to the problem that socially acceptable decisions could not be made in the absence of unanimity. This book addresses this shortcoming.
London ; New York :
|Series:||Routledge frontiers of political economy ;
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection|
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Table of Contents:
- Book Cover; Title; Contents; Illustrations; Preface; Introduction; Evolution, behavior, and learning; Evolution and learning; the rise of behavioral plasticity; Motivation and well-being; Propagation of behavioral determinants; Coordination, cooperation, and social welfare; The significance of the group for the evolution of order and cooperation; Welfare and evolution; Conclusions; Notes; References; Index.