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G. the Machiguenga). g. Sangu farmers). 4 compares Income-Maximizing Offer's (calculated from responder data) to actual mean offers (from proposers). The mean offers made by the Sangu (farmers) was slightly less than their Income-Maximizing Offer, and the mean offers made by Hadza and Orma were a little greater than their Income-Maximizing Offer's (but, in both groups responder behavior violates the selﬁshness axiom). For the other 26 OVERVIEW AND SYNTHESIS groups, mean offers were all substantially above the Income-Maximizing Offer, ranging from Sangu herders whose mean offers were 130 percent of the Income-Maximizing Offer to the Achuar whose mean offers were 400 percent of the Income-Maximizing Offer.
If the responder accepts, he or she receives the amount offered and the proposer receives the remainder (the pie minus the offer). If the responder rejects the offer, then neither player receives anything. In either case, the game ends; the two subjects receive their winnings and depart. Players typically receive payments in cash and remain anonymous to other players, but not to the experimenters (although experimental economists have manipulated both of these variables). In the experiments described here, players were anonymous, and the games involved substantial sums of the appropriate currency.
In retrospect, this should not have been surprising. An increase in social scale is associated with a shift to market based economy, and an increase in Anonymity. However, within small scale societies with similar levels of social complexity, there is a wide range of economic systems with varying levels of cooperation. To capture 6 This procedure was suggested by Abigail Barr who had used it in her ﬁeldwork. 31 JOSEPH HENRICH ET AL. 4. 5. 012 Std. 479 Sig. 027 SC=Socio-Political Complexity; PC=Payoffs to Cooperation; AN=Anonymity; PR=Privacy; SS=Settlement Size; MI=Market Integration; AMI=Aggregate Market Integration the causal effects of this nexus of variables, we created a new index of ‘aggregate market integration’ by averaging the ranks of Market Integration, Settlement Size, and Sociopolitical Complexity.