While criticizing the analytical settings of human interactions for their unrealistic nature many scholars have also suggested improvement measures. We incorporate those in the existing theories, whereupon the simple game theoretic settings change into those of countless decisions made by millions of individuals with diverse interests and abilities trying to interact in varieties of situations. By applying evolutionary game theory we are able to show that the evolutionary selection process steers the complexities away from chaos to orderly and resilient interaction systems. The information content of the emerging order is operationalized as norms, institutions, trust etc. It accompanies novel phenomena and co-evolves with physical, technical and cognitive systems. All these phenomena are evident in reality and are of considerable interest in economic and social studies.
JEL No. : B41, D80, C65, C73, A12