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This paper studies n-player collective-action games in which a public good is produced if and only if m or more volunteers contribute to it. Quantalresponse strategy revisions allow play to move between equilibria in which a team of m players successfully provide, and an equilibrium in which the collective action fails. A full characterisation of long-run play reveals the determinants of success. These include the correlation between players' costs of provision and their valuations for thedoi:10.1111/j.1467-937x.2008.00482.x fatcat:uscigekg4rhyphdx7elrmcnjmy