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Group Decision and Negotiation

Published in cooperation with the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and its Section on Group Decision and Negotiation

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Implementing Pareto Optimal and Individually Rational Outcomes by Veto

We introduce a simple veto mechanism where each agent can veto any subset of alternatives, by paying a veto cost for each vetoed alternative. The outcome is the set of non-vetoed alternatives or, if this set is empty, some previously fixed …


A Satisfied Mind: Motivational Orientation, Feedback and the Subjective Value of Negotiation Outcomes

Although negotiation research has systematically investigated the factors that contribute to negotiators’ satisfaction with economic outcomes, relatively less attention has been given to the factors that influence their satisfaction with social …


A Decision Tool for Business Process Crowdsourcing: Ontology, Design, and Evaluation

As the crowdsourcing strategy becomes better known, the managerial decisions necessary to establish it as a viable business process are becoming increasingly important. However, a divide and conquer approach, currently dominant in the field, leads …


An Improvement to Determining Expert Weights in Group Multiple Attribute Decision Making Problem

In this paper we present an extended version of the XC-model (Xu and Cai in Group Decis Negot 21:863–875, 2012) for group multiple attribute decision making problem. The proposed model is a linear programming model based on deviation function to …


Utilizing the Hierarchy Structural Fuzzy Analytical Network Process Model to Evaluate Critical Elements of Marketing Strategic Alliance Development in Mobile Telecommunication Industry

Extant studies on marketing strategic alliance development lack systematic measurement models; consequently, they cannot provide a holistic picture of the relationship evaluation stage. In addition, it is difficult to clearly understand the …

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Group Decision and Negotiation is published in cooperation with the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences and its Section on Group Decision and Negotiation. The journal focuses broadly on relation and coordination in group processes by exploring the entire process or flow of activities relevant to group decision and negotiation.

Among the evolving approaches to group decision and negotiation processes, the journal explores computer group decision and negotiation support systems; artificial intelligence and management science; applied game theory, experiment and social choice; and cognitive and behavioral sciences. Descriptive, normative, and design viewpoints are all represented.

In addition to theoretical and empirical research, the journal presents real-world applications and case studies. It also covers new software development that supports group decision and negotiation.

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