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Sanctions and international interaction improve cooperation to avert climate change
Imposing sanctions on noncompliant parties to international agreements is often advocated as a remedy for international cooperation failure, notably in climate agreements. We provide an experimental test of this conjecture in a collective-risk social dilemma simulating the effort to avoid catastrophic climate change. We involve groups of participants from two cultural areas that were shown to achieve different levels of cooperation nationally when peer-level sanctions were available. Here wedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-777082/v1 fatcat:teeshuangndtxklvn7ie33bbfm