Presenting research and education opportunities, developing new perspectives and building capacity in the science of cooperation
INCORE - A COOPERATION RESEARCH NETWORK
Cooperation is an essential component of human society. But understanding how and why we cooperate is a complex task. The INCORE project brings together experts from diverse disciplines, including economists, neuroscientists, primatologists and molecular geneticists, to analyse and integrate current perspectives in the science of cooperation and build collaborations for future research into cooperative behaviour.
Social Behaviour: Genes, Ecology and Evolution
Tamás Székely, University of Bath;
Allen J. Moore, University of Exeter;
Jan Komdeur, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands.
Fundamental Questions and Perspectives in Cooperation Research
David Skuse, UCL; John McNamara, University of Bristol; Tamás Székely, University of Bath; Ronald Noë, IPHC/CNRS & University of Strasbourg; Ruth Mace, UCL
INCORE was funded until September 2010, and this website now acts as a project archive.
For more information about INCORE and its events, its partner groups, an overview of its activities and an archive of its resources, please take a look through the site.