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Evolution of Sustainability


Publications

Waring TM, Goff SH, Smaldino PE. 2017. The coevolution of economic institutions and sustainable consumption via cultural group selection. Ecological Economics. [Online]

Zefferman MR. 2017. Cultural multilevel selection suggests neither large or small cooperative agreements are likely to solve climate change without changing the game. Special Feature: Original Article - Applying Cultural Evolution to Sustainability Challenges. Sustainability Science. doi.org/10.1007/s11625-017-0488-3 [Online]

Baggio JA, Hillis V. 2016. Success bias imitation increases the probability of effctively dealing with ecological disturbances. Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference. [Online]

Smaldino PE, Janssen MA, Hillis V, Bednar J. 2016. Adoption as a social marker: Innovation diffusion with outgroup aversion. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 41(1):26. [Online]

Software, Data, Models

​Smaldino P. 2015. The diffusion of products in a multigroup environment: An agent-based model in Java.


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