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Francisco Gil-White
Francisco Gil-White
Associate Professor of Business Administration, ITAM (Mexico City)
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The evolution of prestige: Freely conferred deference as a mechanism for enhancing the benefits of cultural transmission
J Henrich, FJ Gil-White
Evolution and human behavior 22 (3), 165-196, 2001
27822001
“Economic man” in cross-cultural perspective: Behavioral experiments in 15 small-scale societies
J Henrich, R Boyd, S Bowles, C Camerer, E Fehr, H Gintis, R McElreath, ...
Behavioral and brain sciences 28 (6), 795-815, 2005
23632005
Are ethnic groups biological “species” to the human brain? Essentialism in our cognition of some social categories
FJ GilWhite
Current anthropology 42 (4), 515-553, 2001
7892001
How thick is blood? The plot thickens...: If ethnic actors are primordialists, what remains of the circumstantialist/primordialist controversy?
FJ Gil-White
Ethnic and racial studies 22 (5), 789-820, 1999
3211999
Ultimatum game with an ethnicity manipulation
FJ Gil-White
Foundations of human sociality: Economic experiments and ethnographic …, 2004
932004
Culture does account for variation in game behavior
J Henrich, R Boyd, R McElreath, M Gurven, PJ Richerson, J Ensminger, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (2), E32-E33, 2012
622012
Sorting is not categorization: A critique of the claim that Brazilians have fuzzy racial categories
F Gil-White
Journal of cognition and culture 1 (3), 219-249, 2001
532001
Ultimatum game with an ethnicity manipulation: Results from Bulgan Cum, Mongolia
FJ Gil-White
Cooperation, punishment, and reciprocity: Experiments in 16, 2001
502001
Common misunderstandings of memes (and genes): The promise and the limits of the genetic analogy to cultural transmission processes
FJ Gil-White
Perspectives on imitation: From neuroscience to social science 2, 317-338, 2005
472005
Common misunderstandings of memes (and genes): The promise and the limits of the genetic analogy to cultural transmission processes
FJ Gil-White
Perspectives on imitation: From neuroscience to social science 2, 317-338, 2005
472005
The study of ethnicity and nationalism needs better categories: Clearing up the confusions that result from blurring analytic and lay concepts
FJ Gil-White
Journal of bioeconomics 7 (3), 239-270, 2005
422005
The cognition of ethnicity: Native category systems under the field experimental microscope
FJ Gil-White
Field Methods 14 (2), 161-189, 2002
282002
Models of decision-making and the coevolution of social preferences
J Henrich, R Boyd, S Bowles, C Camerer, E Fehr, H Gintis, R McElreath, ...
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 (6), 838-855, 2005
242005
The Evolution of prestige: Freely-conferred status as a mechanism for enhancing the benefits of cultural transmission
FJ Gil-White
241999
Let the meme be (a meme): insisting too much on the genetic analogy will turn it into a straightjacket
F Gil-White
Culture, Nature, Memes. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 158-190, 2008
192008
Large-scale human cooperation and conflict
FJ Gil-White, PJ Richerson
Encyclopedia of cognitive science, 828-837, 2003
192003
How conformism creates ethnicity creates conformism (and why this matters to lots of things)
F Gil-White
The Monist 88 (2), 189-237, 2005
162005
Economic man in cross-cultural perspective: Behavioral experiments in fifteen small-scale societies
J Henrich, R Boyd, S Bowles, C Camerer, E Fehr, H Gintis, R McElreath, ...
Santa Fe Institute Working Papers, 2001
152001
Ultimatum game with ethnicity manipulation: Problems faced doing field economic experiments and their solutions
FJ Gil-White
Field Methods 16 (2), 157-183, 2004
112004
Is ethnocentrism adaptive? An ethnographic analysis
FJ Gil-White
Unpublished manuscript, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.[http://www …, 2005
102005
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