学術雑誌論文 Reputation Effects in Public and Private Interactions.
Reputation Effects in Public and Private Interactions.

OHTSUKI, Hisashi  ,  IWASA, Yoh  ,  NOWAK, Martin A

11 ( 11 )  , p.e1004527 , 2015-11-25 , Public Library of Science / San Francisco, CA
ISSN:1553-734x1553-7358
NII書誌ID(NCID):http://ci.nii.ac.jp/ncid/AA12073481
内容記述
We study the evolution of cooperation in a model of indirect reciprocity where people interact in public and private situations. Public interactions have a high chance to be observed by others and always affect reputation. Private interactions have a lower chance to be observed and only occasionally affect reputation. We explore all second order social norms and study conditions for evolutionary stability of action rules. We observe the competition between "honest" and "hypocritical" strategies. The former cooperate both in public and in private. The later cooperate in public, where many others are watching, but try to get away with defection in private situations. The hypocritical idea is that in private situations it does not pay-off to cooperate, because there is a good chance that nobody will notice it. We find simple and intuitive conditions for the evolution of honest strategies.

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