Data from: Consequences of multiple simultaneous opportunities to exploit others’ efforts on free riding

Frédérique Dubois & Étienne Richard-Dionne
Individuals within a group do not all act in the same way: typically the investors (or producers) put efforts into producing resources while the free riders (or scroungers) benefit from these resources without contributing. In behavioural ecology, the prevalence of free riders can be predicted by a well-known game-theoretical model -the Producer-Scrounger (PS) model- where group members have the options to either search for resources (producers) or exploit the efforts of others (scroungers). The PS...
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