Herbert Gintis

Herbert Gintis (born February 11, 1940) is an American economist, behavioral scientist, and educator known for his theoretical contributions to sociobiology, especially altruism, cooperation, epistemic game theory, gene-culture coevolution, efficiency wages, strong reciprocity, and human capital theory. Throughout his career, he has worked extensively with economist Samuel Bowles. Their landmark book, ''Schooling in Capitalist America'', has had multiple editions in five languages since it was first published in 1976. Their most recent book, ''A Cooperative Species: Human Reciprocity and its Evolution'' was published by Princeton University Press in 2011. Provided by Wikipedia
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Property, community, and the contradictions of modern social thought
Year: 1987
Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul (London)
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Property, community and the contradictions of modern social thought
Year: 1986
Publisher: Basic Books (New York)
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Das Beispiel USA
Volume 917 from Edition Suhrkamp
Year: 1978
Publisher: Suhrkamp (Frankfurt am Main)
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The foundations of cooperation in economic life
Involved: Gintis, Herbert
Year: 2005
Publisher: MIT Press (Cambridge, Mass. [u.a.])
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