How Process and Context Matter in Global Climate Change Negotiations
Hernández, Ariel Macaspac
2014, XVII, 266 p. 39 illus., 1 illus. in color.
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Multidisciplinary study involving political science, decision analysis, psychology and management science
Directed to an audience of experts and students of negotiation and conflict management
Offers a comprehensive review of state-of-the-art negotiation and decision-making techniques and provides practical tools for negotiators and policy-makers
Presents the results of simulation games conducted by the author that is useful to climate negotiators
This book provides theoretical and practical insights for effective decision making in situations that involve various types of conflict cleavages. Embedding historical analysis, negotiation analysis, political scientific analysis and game theoretical analysis in an integrated analytical framework allows a comprehensive perspective on various dilemmas and self-enforcing dynamics that inhibit decision making. The conceptualization of strategic facilitation highlights the value of leadership, chairmanship and the role of threshold states in facilitating decision making as the global climate change negotiations unfolds.