Andreas Duus Pape

Andreas Duus Pape is an Associate Professor of Economics at Binghamton University (SUNY), and the Associate Director of the Collective Dynamics of Complex Systems Research Group (CoCo) and a member of the executive committee for Evolutionary Studies (EvoS). He studies individual choice from the perspective of decision theory, psychology, and agent-based modeling, and also seeks to use agent-based modeling to probe questions of cooperation problems. He writes and performs music under the name The Lion in Tweed. His social media presence is: @dr_duus on Twitter and on Facebook.

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December 28, 2020 in Economy

Placing Economics into the Cooperative Frame

The evolutionary approach tells us we can increase the chances of our group's survival through cooperation.
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