The results are published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B

The results are published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, in a paper entitled Individual and social discounting in a viscous population.Dr Sozou, of the University of Warwick Medical School and the London School of Economics and Political Science, uses a mathematical model of a population of individuals living in communities with limited migration between them . The study examines what weight individuals should attach to future benefits -. It is shown that the response from the fact other words, they benefits benefits for their community or private benefits for themselves are dependent. Individuals should have expected to be a long-term view of the benefits to their community, but a short-term view are the personal benefits consume. Humans, like all living things, generally value a reward higher today as a reward tomorrow - in other words, they discount future benefits. But the model shows that the discount rate low social, rather than individual, benefit. In this case, why do we ever take care of the long-term future of humanity the answer Sozou suggests that developed to developed to social esteem because tend in our ancestral environment, they provide local benefits helping our helping our family in order to survive , but in the. ,, it is this biological preference for social good which we have an interest in the future of the planet: In today's global environment, such preferences may lead to people to care about global problems like climate change. - This issue is particularly important for the economy as it has an impact on decisions on public investment and environmental protection. Actions, typically paying a cost today.

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