Theories of the Bargaining Process

Author: Alan Coddington
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113503334X
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The rise of game theory has made bargaining one of the core issues in economic theory. Written at a theoretical and conceptual level, the book develops a framework for the analysis of bargaining processes. The framework focuses on the dynamic of the bargaining process, which is in contrast to much previous theoretical work on the subject, and most notably to the approaches stemming from game theory. Chapters include: * Decision-Making and Expectations in Theories of Bargaining * Decision-Making and Expectations in a Game Theory Model * Limitations of the Environment Concept * Game Theory as a Basis for a Theory of Bargaining * The Decision/Expectation/adjustment Approach * The Adjustment Process * Direct Interdependence and the Consistency of Decisions

The Negotiation Process

Author: I. William Zartman
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780803911413
Format: PDF
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Addresses both the theory and practice of negotiation. Part One is devoted to current models and theories of negotiating behaviour, relating the views of leading experts in the field; Part Two addresses the specific application of a range of theoretical views and methodololgies.

Negotiation

Author: David Churchman
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819199478
Format: PDF
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Negotiation is an integral and pragmatic tool. Churchman provides a concise and practical guide to negotiation as it actually occurs. He outlines and defines key terms and concepts behind negotiation tactics that have proven effective throughout history thereby providing a clear introduction for the novice, while also offering an organized framework for the experienced.

Dynamic Processes of Crisis Negotiation

Author: Randall G. Rogan
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 027595224X
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This edited collection offers a comprehensive examination of theory, research, and practice in crisis (hostage) negotiation from the perspectives of communication, law enforcement, psychology, sociology, and criminology. The volume identifies promising conceptual frameworks for the development of research on crisis negotiation. This book is also useful to crisis negotiation trainers and leaders in law enforcement who are searching for insight beyond anecdotal stories and who recognize the need for more rigorous application of behavioral science to the practice of crisis negotiation.

Political Bargaining

Author: Gideon Doron
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446234312
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This book brings an exciting and innovative new approach to the study of politics today. It introduces political bargaining, a process at the heart of all political and economic exchanges in contemporary society and the very essence of politics itself, to provide a new framework and fresh insights to modern political science. The authors trace the prevalence of bargaining processes in politics from the abstract level of individual human interaction and the `state of nature' to the more concrete political or institutionalized level. They introduce students to theory -- the basic models of game theory, rational choice theory and positivist approaches; practice -- the practical manifestations of political bargaining in everyday national and international political life; and process -- its setting, the interests of the players involved, the conditions and properties that affect their calculations and, consequently, their ability to obtain desired outcomes. Political Bargaining provides students with the basic tools for learning about and participating in politics today by richly illustrating how the authoritative allocation of scarce resources is arrived at through a complex bargaining process between competing interests in society. It will be essential reading for student and lecturer alike across political science and the social sciences more widely.

Bargaining Theory with Applications

Author: Abhinay Muthoo
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521576475
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Graduate textbook presenting abstract models of bargaining in a unified framework with detailed applications involving economic, political and social situations.