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10.02.2020 | Ausgabe 2/2020 Open Access

Group Decision and Negotiation 2/2020

Portfolio Decision Analysis for Evaluating Stakeholder Conflicts in Land Use Planning

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Group Decision and Negotiation > Ausgabe 2/2020
Autoren:
Tobias Fasth, Samuel Bohman, Aron Larsson, Love Ekenberg, Mats Danielson
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Tobias Fasth and Samuel Bohman have contributed equally to this work.

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Abstract

Urban planning typically involves multiple actors and stakeholders with conflicting opinions and diverging preferences. The proposed development plans and actions greatly affect the quality of life of the local community at different spatial scales and time horizons. Consequently, it is important for decision-makers to understand and analyse the conflicting needs and priorities of the local community. This paper presents a decision analytic framework for evaluating stakeholder conflicts in urban planning. First, the stakeholders state their preferences regarding the actions in terms of a set of criteria and estimate the weight of each criterion. Then, a conflict index and overall value for each action is calculated. Next, a set of Pareto efficient portfolios of actions are generated by solving an optimization problem with different levels of conflict as a resource constraint. Finally, a sensitivity analysis of the actions is performed. The framework is demonstrated using real-world survey data collected in the municipality of Upplands Väsby, Sweden.

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