Coalition-structured Governance Improves Cooperation To Provide Public Goods

In cooperation dilemmas, approaches to governance commonly face trade-offs alternatively between fragility and depth, and scope and participation (in other words, choosing between a weak agreement that includes everyone, or a strong agreement with holdouts or defections).

Journal Article in Nature by Victor Vasconcelos, Phillip Hannam, Simon Levin, and Jorge Pacheco — 1 minute read — June 8, 2020

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Victor Vasconcelos

Postdoctoral Research Associate and Lecturer at Princeton University

Phillip Hannam

Energy Economist for South Asia at the World Bank Group

Simon Asher Levin

University Fellow

Jorge Pacheco