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Jones, J., Ready, E., & Pisor, A. (2021). Want climate change adaptation? Evolutionary theory can help. American Journal of Human Biology, 33:e23 539.
Larson, C., & Ready, E. (2022). Good advice: Networks, innovation and resilience in book publishing during a digital disruption. New Media & Society, Online First.
Ready, E., & Collings, P. (2021). “All the problems in the community are multi-faceted and related to each other”: Inuit concerns in an era of climate change. American Journal of Human Biology, 33:e23 516.
Ready, E., Habecker, P., Abadie, R., Davila, C., Rivera Villegas, A., Khan, B., & Dombrowski, K. (2020). Comparing social network structures generated through sociometric and ethnogra-phic methods. Field Methods, 32(4):416-432.
Ready, E., & Power, E. A. (2021). Measuring reciprocity: Double-sampling, concordance and network construction. Network Science, 9:387-402.
Ready, E., & Price, M. (2021). Human behavioral ecology and niche construction. Evolution-ary Anthropology, 30:71–83.
Power, E.A. and Ready, E. 2019. Cooperation beyond consanguinity: post-marital residence, delineations of kin, and social support among South Indian Tamils. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
Ready, E. 2019. Why subsistence matters. Hunter-Gatherer Research 3 (4): 635–649.
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Ready, E. 2018. Who, being loved, is poor? Poverty, marriage, and changing family structures in the Canadian Arctic. Human Organization 77 (2): 122–134.
Bliege Bird, R., Ready, E., and Power, E.A., 2018. The social significance of subtle signals. Nature Human Behaviour 2 (2): 1–6.
Power, E. and Ready, E. 2018. Building bigness: Reputation, prominence, and social capital in rural South India. American Anthropologist 120 (3): 444–459.
Ready, E. 2018. Sharing-based social capital associated with harvest production and wealth in the Canadian Arctic. PLoS ONE 13 (3): e1093759.
Ready, E. and Collings, P. 2018. Rethinking "Big problems" in Arctic health. Anthropology News 59 (1): e71-e76.
Ready, E. and Power, E.A. 2018. Why wage-earners hunt. Food sharing, social structure and influence in an Arctic mixed economy. Current Anthropology 59 (1): 74–97.