Sustainability Science is publishing a Special Feature on using cultural evolution to improve sustainability science. Access it here:
- Tremblay, & Waring. Consumer cooperatives support greater generalized cooperation among food shoppers: Experimental economic evidence.
- Lange & Waring. Do the ‘co-op principles’ constitute institutional adaptations?
- Panchanathan & Waring. A cultural multilevel selection of fishing restrictions in a global fishery.
- Tremblay & Waring. Generalized reciprocity predicts out of sample purchasing in a buying cooperative.
- Hupper, Tremblay & Waring. Measuring cooperation in cooperative consumer food buying clubs.
- Allen & Waring. The Evolution of Deforestation in Costa Rica: Evidence from the Corredor Biológico de Pajaro Campana.
- Oh, Davis, Hillis, Waring & Yu, Towards generalizing co-evolutionary dynamics of socio-hydrology.
- Guan et. al. (2018) The influence of spatially variable and connected recruitment on complex stock dynamics and its ecological and management implications. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. [online]
- Brooks, Jeremy S., Waring, TM, Borgerhoff Mulder, MB, Richerson, PJ. (2017) Applying cultural evolution to sustainability challenges: An introduction to the special issue. Sustainability Science. [online]
- Kline, M.A., Waring, T.M., & Salerno, J.D. (2017) Designing Cultural Multilevel Selection Research for Sustainability Science. Sustainability Science. [online, code, rpub]
- James M. Acheson & Timothy M. Waring. (2017) Evidence of Cultural Group Selection in Territorial Lobstering in Maine. Sustainability Science. [online]
- Samuel P. Hanes & Timothy M. Waring. (2017) Integrating cultural evolution and environmental history: Lessons from the history of blueberry production. Sustainability Science. [online]
- Goff, S.H., Waring, T.M., Noblet, C.L., (2017). Does Pricing Nature Reduce Monetary Support for Conservation?: Evidence From Donation Behavior in an Online Experiment. Ecological Economics 141, 119–126. [pdf]
- Timothy M. Waring, Goff, S.H., & Smaldino P.E. (2017) The coevolution of economic institutions and sustainable consumption via cultural group selection. Ecological Economics, 131 524–532 [pdf, model, online with sensitivity analysis]
- Waring, T. M., Sullivan, A. and Stapp, J. (2016) Campus prosociality as a sustainability indicator International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education. 17(6), 895 – 916 [online, pdf, preprint]
- Waring, T. M., & Tremblay, E. (2016). An Evolutionary Approach to Sustainability Science. Cliodynamics: The Journal of Quantitative History and Cultural Evolution, 7(1). [pdf]
- Richerson, P., Baldini, R., Bell, A., Demps, K., Frost, K., Hillis, V., Mathew, S., Newton, E., Narr, N., Newson, L., Ross, C., Smaldino, P., Waring, T., Zefferman, M., (2016). Cultural group selection plays an essential role in explaining human cooperation: A sketch of the evidence. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39, e30 (19 pages). [pdf]
- Hiesl, P., Waring, T. M., & Benjamin, J. G. (2015). The effect of hardwood component on grapple skidder and stroke delimber idle time and productivity – An agent based model. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 118, 270–280 [online, pdf]
- Waring, T. M., M. Ann Kline, J. S. Brooks, S. H. Goff, J. Gowdy, M. A. Janssen,
P. E. Smaldino and J. Jacquet. (2015). A multilevel evolutionary framework for
sustainability analysis. Ecology and Society 20 (2): 34. [online, pdf]
- Tremblay, Ethan, and T. M. Waring. A Smiling Face Is Half The Meal: The Role of Cooperation in Sustaining Maine’s Local Food Industry. Maine Policy Review 23.2 (2014) : 43 -50 [online, pdf]
- Janssen, M. A., A. Lee and T. M. Waring. 2014. Experimental platforms for
behavioral experiments on social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 19 (4):
20. [online, pdf]
- Paul E. Smaldino and Timothy M. Waring (2014). Let the social sciences evolve. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 37, pp 437-437. [pdf]
- Waring, T.M. & Goff, S.H. (2014) Coordination, Cooperation and the Ontogeny of Group-Level Traits. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37(3) 278-279 [pdf]
- Waring, T.M., Teisl, M., Manandhar, E. & Anderson, M., (2014) On the Travel Emissions of Sustainability Science Research. Sustainability, 6(5), 2718-2735 [pdf, data, code]
- Waring, T.M., Goff, S.H., McGuire, J., Moore, Z.D., & Sullivan, A., (2014) Cooperation across organizational boundaries: Experimental evidence from a major sustainability science project, Sustainability, 6(3), 1171-1190[pdf, data]
- Whitehouse, H., Swann, W., Ingram, G., Prochownik, K., Lanman, J., Waring, T. M., Frost, K., Jones, D., Reeve, Z., and Johnson, D. (2013). Three Wishes for the World (with comment). Cliodynamics: The Journal of Theoretical and Mathematical History, 4(2). [pdf]
- Waring, T.M. & Bell, A.V. (2013) Ethnic dominance damages cooperation more than ethnic diversity: results from multi-ethnic field experiments in India. Evolution and Human Behavior, (34) pp. 398-404. [pdf]
- Waring, T. M. (2012). Sequential Encoding of Tamil Kolam Patterns. Forma, 27(1), 83-92. [pdf]
- Waring, T. M. (2012). Cooperation dynamics in a multi-ethnic society: a case study from Tamil Nadu. Current Anthropology, 53(5),642-649. [pdf]
- Waring, T. M. (2012). Wicked Tools: The Value of Scientific Models for Solving Maine’s Wicked Problems. Maine Policy Review, 21(1)30-39. [pdf]
- Waring, T. M. (2011). Ethnic Forces in Collective Action: Diversity, Dominance, and Irrigation in Tamil Nadu. Ecology and Society, 16(4), 1. [pdf]
- Waring, T., M., & Richerson, P. J. (2011). Towards Unification of the Socio-Ecological Sciences: The value of coupled models. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 93(4). [pdf]
- Paciotti, B., Richerson, P. J., Baum, W., Lubell, M., Waring, T. M., McElreath, R., Efferson, C., et al. (2011). Are Religious Individuals More Altruistic, Trusting, and Cooperative? An Experimental Test of the Effect of Religion on Prosociality. The Economics of Religion: Anthropological Approaches, Research in Economic Anthropology, 31, 267–305. [pdf]
- Waring, T. M. (2010). New evolutionary foundations: Theoretical requirements for a science of sustainability. Ecological Economics, 69, 718–730. [pdf]
- Alsan, R., Hufford, M., Niell, R., Port, J., Sexton, J., & Waring, T. (2009). Practical challenges to private stewardship of rangeland ecosystems: yellow starthistle control in California’s Sierra Nevada foothills. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 62(1), 28–37. [pdf]
- Epanchin-Niell, R. S., Hufford, M. B., Aslan, C. E., Sexton, J. P., Port, J. D., & Waring, T. M. (2009). Controlling invasive species in complex social landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(4), 210–216. [pdf]
- McElreath, R., Bell, A. V., Efferson, C., M. Lubell, Richerson, P. J., & Waring, T. (2008). Beyond existence and aiming outside the laboratory: Estimating frequency-dependent and payoff-biased social learning strategies. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B, (363), 3515–3528. [pdf]
- Efferson, C., Richerson, P. J., McElreath, R., Lubell, M., Edsten, E., Waring, T. M., Paciotti, B., et al. (2007). Learning, productivity, and noise: an experimental study of cultural transmission on the Bolivian Altiplano B. Evolution and Human Behavior, 28, 11–17. [pdf]
- McElreath, R., Lubell, M., Richerson, P. J., Waring, T. M., Baum, W., Edsten, E., Efferson, C., et al. (2005). Applying evolutionary models to the laboratory study of social learning. Evolution and Human Behavior, 26(6), 483–508. [pdf]