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It is clear from models and from studies of small-scale societies
that, in a population of near-equals, increased cooperation
and egalitarianism can promote group success. When
dealing with complex societies, however, a focus on
cooperation is limited because it misses the influences of
collaborative interdependence and group-level traits. This
point is supported by a recent game-theoretic model
demonstrating that economic stratification and division of
labor within a structured society could generate higher
total group payoffs than egalitarian norms

Henrich, J. & Boyd, R. (2008) Division of labor, economic specialization, and the
evolution of social stratification.
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