A Decision Support System for Negotiations on Financing of the Public Divisible Good
Computer-aided multistage negotiation procedure for collective decision making is presented. One main task of multi-person decision making is considered. This is connected with the choice of the quantity and financing of the public divisible good. It is assumed that the collective members differ in their opinions on the amount of this public good to be produced (or purchased) as well as on the share of total cost.
KeywordsCollective decision making Public goods Competitive behaviour Conflict resolution Negotiation procedure Multistage game Equilibrium conditions Active participation
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