Skew theory investigates the genetic and ecological factors causal to the partitioning of reproduction in animal groups and may yield fundamental insights into the evolution of animal sociality. This book brings together new theory and empirical work, mostly in vertebrates, to test assumptions and predictions of skew models.
About the Author
Reinmar Hager is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Manchester. He has been awarded University Fellowship by the German Science Foundation and was elected Senior Rouse Ball Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge.