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Agenda Prisoners’ Dilemma Democracy: Representative vs. Direct Trustees vs. Delegates Establishing a Democracy
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Prisoners’ Dilemma Game designed to illustrate a collective action problem Two robbers caught Both will get 1 year if neither says anything Each offered a deal: No time if they confess, their partner will serve 10 years.
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year 10 years Confess 0 years 5 years Player 1’s choices Player 2’s choices
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year 0 years Confess 10 years 5 years Player 2’s choices Player 1’s choices
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year , 1 year 10 years , 0 years Confess 0 years, 10 years 5 years, 5 years Player 1 Player 2
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year 10 years Confess 0 years 5 years Player 1
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year 0 years Confess 10 years 5 years Player 2
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Keep Quiet Confess Keep Quiet 1 year , 1 year 10 years , 0 years Confess 0 years, 10 years 5 years, 5 years Player 1 Player 2
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How could we reach a better outcome?
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