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Programming for Peace - 2006

Programming for Peace - 2006

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Published by: Justin Swenson on Apr 05, 2011
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Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation
Volume 2
Series EditorMelvin F. Shakun,
New York University, U.S.A.
Editorial BoardTung Bui,
University of Hawaii, U.S.A.
Guy Olivier Faure,
University of Paris V, Sorbonne, France
Gregory Kersten,
University of Ottawa and Concordia University, Canada
D. Marc Kilgour,
Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Peyman Faratin,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
The book series, Advances in Group Decision and Negotiation — as an extension of the journal,
Group Decision and Negotiation
— is motivated by unifying approachesto group decision and negotiation processes. These processes are purposeful,adaptive and complex – cybernetic and self-organizing – and involve relation andcoordination in multiplayer, multicriteria, ill-structured, evolving dynamic problemsin which players (agents) both cooperate and conflict. These processes arepurposeful complex adaptive systems.Group decision and negotiation involves the whole process or flow of activitiesrelevant to group decision and negotiation – such as, communication and informationsharing, problem definition (representation) and evolution, alternative generation,social-emotional interaction, coordination, leadership, and the resulting actionchoice.Areas of application include intraorganizational coordination (as in local/globalstrategy, operations management and integrated design, production, finance,marketing and distribution – e.g., as for new products), computer supportedcollaborative work, labor-management negotiation, interorganizational negotiation(business, government and nonprofits), electronic negotiation and commerce, mobiletechnology, culture and negotiation, intercultural and international relations andnegotiation, globalization, terrorism, environmental negotiation, etc.

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