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Volume 33, issue 3, 2021

Editorial transition at Rationality and Society: A note from the incoming editor pp. 279-281 Downloads
Andreas Flache
From green to ripe: Dynamics of peacemaking in Colombia (1998–2016) pp. 282-312 Downloads
Jerónimo Ríos, Manuel Hidalgo and Luis Fernando Medina
Efficiency loss and support for income redistribution: Evidence from a laboratory experiment pp. 313-340 Downloads
Markus Tepe, Fabian Paetzel, Jan Lorenz and Maximilian Lutz
How can I help you? Multiple resource availability promotes generosity with low-value (but not high-value) resources pp. 341-362 Downloads
Ashley Harrell
Death beyond the means: Funeral overspending and its government regulation around the world pp. 363-398 Downloads
Turkhan Sadigov

Volume 33, issue 2, 2021

Relative risk aversion models: How plausible are their assumptions? pp. 143-175 Downloads
Carlo Barone, Katherin Barg and Mathieu Ichou
Time-inconsistent preferences and the minimum legal tobacco consuming age pp. 176-195 Downloads
Bertrand Crettez and Régis Deloche
Populism and the rational choice model: The case of the French National Front pp. 196-228 Downloads
François Facchini and Louis Jaeck
Heterogeneous coalitions and social revolutions pp. 229-275 Downloads
Ricardo Nieva
Corrigendum to “The Five Games of Mr Edgar Allan Poe: A study of strategic thought in “The Purloined Letter††pp. 276-276 Downloads
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Volume 33, issue 1, 2021

Non-state order and strategic communication via symbolic dress in Yemen pp. 3-51 Downloads
Daniel Corstange
Property rights’ emergence in illicit drug markets pp. 52-105 Downloads
Jefferson DP Bertolai and Luiz Scorzafave
The economics of escalation pp. 106-140 Downloads
Fabio D’Orlando and Sharon Ricciotti

Volume 32, issue 4, 2020

The five games of Mr Edgar Allan Poe: A study of strategic thought in ‘The Purloined Letter’ pp. 369-401 Downloads
Daniel Read
On-Side fighting in civil war: The logic of mortal alignment in Syria pp. 402-460 Downloads
Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl
Asymmetric awareness and heterogeneous agents pp. 461-484 Downloads
Antoine Dubus
The pulse-like nature of decisions in rational choice theory pp. 485-508 Downloads
Enzo Lenine

Volume 32, issue 3, 2020

To leave or not to leave? Understanding the support for the United Kingdom membership in the European Union: Identity, attitudes towards the political system and socio-economic status pp. 255-277 Downloads
Nicola Pensiero
Peasant youth experiences of CEOs, risk aversion and corporate performance pp. 278-312 Downloads
Kebin Deng, Zhong Ding and Yalu Wang
Do Koreans like being nudged? Survey evidence for the contextuality of behavioral public policy pp. 313-333 Downloads
David Oliver Kasdan
Social hierarchies in democracies and authoritarianism: The balance between power asymmetries and principal-agent chains pp. 334-366 Downloads
Björn Toelstede

Volume 32, issue 2, 2020

A theory of norm collapse pp. 119-143 Downloads
Chien Liu
Selective tolerance and the radical right pp. 144-167 Downloads
Colin Jennings and Elizabeth Ralph-Morrow
Desire and pleasure in choice pp. 168-196 Downloads
Daniel A Newark
Along which identity lines does 21st-century Britain divide? Evidence from Big Brother pp. 197-222 Downloads
Tom Lane
You are who your friends are? pp. 223-251 Downloads
Fabian Winter and Mitesh Kataria

Volume 32, issue 1, 2020

Social dilemmas with manifest and unknown networks pp. 3-39 Downloads
Armando Razo
Scalp-taking pp. 40-66 Downloads
Ennio E Piano and Byron B Carson
Testing structural and relational embeddedness in collaboration risk pp. 67-92 Downloads
Minsun Song, Kyujin Jung, Namhoon Ki and Richard C Feiock
Dying for the cause: The rationality of martyrs, suicide bombers and self-immolators pp. 93-115 Downloads
Andrew Greenland, Damon Proulx and David Savage

Volume 31, issue 4, 2019

Translucent players: Explaining cooperative behavior in social dilemmas pp. 371-408 Downloads
Valerio Capraro and Joseph Halpern
Rational reconstructions and the question of function pp. 409-431 Downloads
Lina Eriksson
Modeling and measuring class conflict in Russia’s regions pp. 432-463 Downloads
Steven Lloyd Wilson
Two interpretations of the rational choice theory and the relevance of behavioral critique pp. 464-489 Downloads
Marek Hudik
Strategic tie formation for long-term exchange relations pp. 490-510 Downloads
Werner Raub, Vincent Buskens and Vincenz Frey

Volume 31, issue 3, 2019

Ideology and the rationality of non-voting pp. 265-286 Downloads
François Facchini and Louis Jaeck
The influence of prescriptive norms and negative externalities on bribery decisions in the lab pp. 287-312 Downloads
Carlos Maximiliano Senci, Hipólito Hasrun, Rodrigo Moro and Esteban Freidin
Should we study political behaviour as rituals? Towards a general micro theory of politics in everyday life pp. 313-336 Downloads
Paul Marx
Gender effects and cooperation in collective action: A laboratory experiment pp. 337-353 Downloads
Anastasia Peshkovskaya, Tatiana Babkina and Mikhail Myagkov
No evidence for hedonic shifts to bring about more moral hypocrisy: A comment on Lindenberg et al. (2018) pp. 354-360 Downloads
Wojtek Przepiorka
Reply to Wojtek Przepiorka: Testing goal-framing and hedonic hypocrisy pp. 361-368 Downloads
Siegwart Lindenberg, Linda Steg, Marko Milovanovic and Anita Schipper

Volume 31, issue 2, 2019

The price of religiosity: Enticing young Haredi men into secular academic studies pp. 129-151 Downloads
Yossi Perelman, Meir Yaish and Benjamin Bental
The market dynamics of socially embedded trading pp. 152-181 Downloads
Kenneth A Frank, Yun-Jia Lo, G Geoffrey Booth and Juha-Pekka Kallunki
Beyond strictness: Mainline protestant religious participation pp. 182-203 Downloads
Jason Wollschleger
Nudging and rationality: What is there to worry? pp. 204-232 Downloads
Bart Engelen
How path-creating mechanisms and structural lock-ins make societies drift from democracy to authoritarianism pp. 233-262 Downloads
Björn Toelstede

Volume 31, issue 1, 2019

Adam Smith and the Buddha pp. 3-39 Downloads
Ronald Wintrobe
A language competition model for new minorities pp. 40-69 Downloads
Torsten Templin
The concept and coverage of institution pp. 70-97 Downloads
Zoltán Farkas
The framing of charitable giving: A field experiment at bottle refund machines in Germany pp. 98-126 Downloads
Robert Neumann
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