MODELLING NORM EMERGENCE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
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MODELLING NORM EMERGENCE IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
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The article compares both theories - of social norm emergence and social norm interpretations - that are widespread in economics including game theory, sociology, psychology, law and agent- based simulation. Particular attention has been given to the modelization potential of the addressed theories that depends on mostly the presentation of the theories and to a degree they are formalized. Despite the variety of approaches and interpretations in different sciences a strong mutual influence is obvious. This observation helps us to bring out a common mechanism of social norm formation which is described in the concluding part of the paper. The results will be of help in understanding and simulating, primarily within agent-based paradigm, socio-economic interrelations.
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institution, social norm, game theory equilibrium, personal norm, convention, behavior, sanction, agent-based modelling
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01.10.2016
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